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Dr.Terry Horn-Uncle Sam
· February 4, 2018
One of the most amazing local churches I’ve ever been
Connected with. People from all different denominations gathered together to worship Christ and win the lost. I’m so thankful for Pastor Darryl a...nd Kara for there steadfast love, devotion and faithfulness to the call that God has placed upon them. So grateful for the Journeys help toward our inner city kids ministry with snacks, candy and food items so we can bless and feed the children we minister to. The staff is incredible and the people are loving. Come and be a part of this church built upon The Rock, our Lord Jesus Christ. See More
Diana Brown
· November 12, 2017
Recently relocated to this area and visited Journey. The people are welcoming and caring. The service was awesome. The Connect lunch was that afternoon and I attended. It was very informative and the ...various community service out reaches are great. I’m happy to say I plugged in and am blessed to be a part of such loving and caring people being the hands and feet of Jesus. Hope to see you there because “We're saving you a seat”! See More
Deetra Jean
· February 4, 2018
Went for the first time today. Loved the words in the songs, and also felt like I was at a concert. I also loved the sermon preached on today.. and Those voices of the band women singers are beautiful...! Was able to speak with the pastor 1 on 1, and introduce myself., thought this was great since it was such a large numbered church. Everyone made me feel welcome and right at home. Was a little nervous at first but soon got into it. Thank you for accepting everyone as they are and being as welcoming as you all were. I look forward to coming back next week ��� See More
Pamela Mason Nelson
· February 8, 2018
Sweetest group of people from the time you walk in the parking lot until you leave. And not that “fake” sweet. Pastors wife was so nice and the music was incredible!
So thankful for this awesome church!
Nicole Crosby
· February 19, 2018
If you want to feel like you have come home then this is the place for you! Full of Jesus loving people working to help you experience a radical life changing experience with God!
Lynn Harding
· November 8, 2017
This has to be the worst church ever!they call themselves Christians,hahaha!was at the food ministry last night and saw some of the most un christanly behavior!a older lady was there waiting for her f...ood and all because she couldn't sit in the sanctuary to watch the service its too loud too cold some of us cant sit ib a dark room too long,the rude older gentleman kept yelling at every one saying if your here before 6pm you HAVE to go watch the sermon and if you dont you you dont get food!1st off there is no RULES posted to recieve food 2nd off why are there rules any how if we are children of god and we are hungry then we should recieve food and not have religion shoved down your throat 3rd of all this is america freedom of speech freedom of religion 4th of all that poor woman was running out of a church crying and denied help that god has given to this church thats truly messed up!people who come here needing help already feel ashamed and sad that they are there asking for help in the first place they dont need fake christians on a power trip telling them making them feel like trash.i Will never be back at this church never put another dime into a church that ridicules people in need because we arent all rich See More
Wendy Poxon-Evans
· October 8, 2017
Went to Journey Church today for first time. Was very amazed and moved. Wish I had that much faith. I honestly don't know if I lost it or ever had it- but I would like to find it... Think I found that can happen. Thank you for welcoming us 'as we are'. See More
Chris Barrone
· December 21, 2017
This church is amazing! Was looking for a church since just moving to the area and to get my kids interested in the word of God and they have accomplished that.
Michelle Wilson-Jones
· November 12, 2017
We went for our first time today. Felt very welcome and loved that they had not only a children's ministry that my daughters liked but also a super squad for my special needs son will. We will be back.
Ray Matz Jr.
· February 5, 2018
An amazing church where they keep it simple, love God, love people! I’m blessed to be part of this awesome group of people!
Kim Blackwelder Kirkland
· February 5, 2018
Love the people- love how JESUS is at the heart of everything! Love how the biblical principles are taught AND put in to action!
Matt Hayes
· February 18, 2018
Fell in love with this church on day 1! Some churches DO church. At Journey we HAVE church. Come as you are. Feel at home.
Pamela Griffin Lee
· August 11, 2017
This is one of the most amazing churches I know. Thanks for a fantastic 2 days of filling my cup to running over. If I'm ever in the area again, I will stop by and visit. The Summit was awesome! #GLS17
Serena Fox
· October 16, 2017
The hands and feet of Jesus dwell in this building, these people, everything! How amazing it is to fellowship with my brothers and sisters in christ!
David Gardner
· November 29, 2017
You feel refreshed by the time you reach the door as stress slips into His hands as you walk.
MG Rad
· September 12, 2016
I have to say that my first few visits here, I was overwhelmed because of the size of the church and the type of music they play. I was so shocked when they we're playing a pop music (words were chang...ed of course) during the worship. But the more I attend, the more I fell inlove with the church, the atmosphere but most importantly, to Jesus! Proud to say that my family has been coming here ever since we moved and still going! I also serve and it is such a blessing to be part of a great church!!! Did I mention Ptr. Darrell is awesome?!?!?! ��� See More
Michael Mathis
· February 20, 2018
Never felt more apart of a church than at the Journey. Truly like family!!
Chris Wade
· July 10, 2017
It could be the sound of God's beautiful music. It could be the passionate delivery of God's word. It could be God's glow on every smiling face you encounter. However it invades your soul, the holy sp...irit is present in this house of "the Great I am" � See More
Gale Thompson Sexton
· January 29, 2017
We visited this morning and felt the spirit of the Lord the moment we walked in. The staff in the parking lot guided us to where we needed to go once inside. The staff was extremely helpful and the m...usic service was awesome. Pastor Darrell preached the word of God. Thank you all again for making us feel welcomed. We will be back when we are in this area again. See More
Tammy Mixson LeBrun
· April 17, 2017
I went to the 9 am service on Easter morning. I have so many issues going on in life that I felt like I was drowning. Jesus is the one who will always be my lifeguard. I rededicated my life to Chris...t and am starting to swim . Thanks Darryl and Kara and the whole Journey family. See More
The New You
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While they were eating, Jesus took bread, and when he had given thanks, he broke it and gave it to his disciples, saying, “Take and eat; this is my body.”
Then he took a cup, and when he had given thanks, he gave it to them, saying, “Drink from it, all of you. This is my blood of the[a] covenant, which is poured out for many for the forgiveness of sins. Matthew 26:26-28

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“I tell you that in the same way there will be more rejoicing in heaven over one sinner who repents than over ninety-nine righteous persons who do not need to repent.” Luke 15:7
“This man welcomes sinners and eats with them.”
At a quick glance, Luke 15 may seem like just three quick parables that can be easily glanced over and almost silly to today’s standards and expectations. In a world that screams look out only for yourself, Luke 15 screams out the exact opposite. When I ...

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That feeling you get when you get to ride the golf cart to church... See you tomorrow!

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"Luke 14: 34-35 NKJV
"Salt is good; but if the salt has lost its flavor, how shall it be seasoned? It is neither fit for the land or the dunghill, but men throw it out. He who has ears to hear, let him hear!”

We are called to be the salt of our culture and of our time. Salt is used for taste, for fertilizer, and for preservation. Jesus refers to all three uses at one time or another in his ministry. See, if we lose our basic nature, our God-given usefulness, then we are unhel...pful to the kingdom and God's work in the world. His words are ones we need to hear and evaluate. Living as kingdom-minded people in our time is crucial. It is crucial to our world and our discipleship. We are called to surrender all to Jesus to be used for his work in the world. To do anything less is to lose our "saltiness!”

Have you had food that was bland, without seasoning? Yuck! I don't want to go through my days with distractions and lack purpose. In this chapter, Jesus tells us to count the cost, and as I think on that, it challenges me to look around and ask the holy spirit to use me so I will be useful to the work Jesus is doing around me. I want to be "Salty!' So that my life will have an impact for good."

Today's TXT Time post is by Kim Simpkins. If you would like to read today's passage of scripture you can go to our website at

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Walkin' up to church like.... We have three experiences just for you on Sunday!

9:00 and 10:45AM at our Concourse Location
10:00AM at our Callahan Location!


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"If you're a Nascar fan, you know that Corporations spend millions of bucks on sponsorship and expect immediate results. If a young driver with potential doesn't give immediate results, …he may be gone! But it isn’t only in Nascar. Its football, shopping centers, friends…and especially true in spiritual maturity.

“If God doesn't change me now then I ain't doing this Christian thing!” In verse 7 the owner, the corporate sponsor, the Alumni, your buddy….our even you, say, “For ...three years now I’ve..” and you can fill in the blank with your situation, waited and there are no results. Chop it down! He’s done. The owner wants results….yesterday.

Look at the wise Gardner's response. “Please give it a little more time.” I've got a little more work to do to it. For the tree, the Gardner still needed to dig a trench around it and fertilize it. These things take time folks! You can't say God is real if He doesn't perform for you. He’s not a genie a He sure ain’t Santa Claus.

The Gardner knew what the thing that was in his care needed, even when the owner did not. You have to trust that your Creator knows what you need….and that it may take time for the results to show.

That is why the qualities that God desires are called the fruit of the Spirit. They take time to mature. Especially if you have a past lined with bad choices. The Gardner in our lesson didn't share with the owner how he spent years preparing the soil and growing the seedling and protecting and nurturing it. For years he fought off rodents and insects (things that can destroy the root, the bark, and the leaves). Like God, the Gardner knew the plants struggles to get to where it was when the owner encounters it. So don't give up.

When times get hard, and you don't feel you're producing, get back to the basics. My guess is your prayer time, Bible time, devotions, worship and giving haven't been up to par. Those are the things that make the soil rich. Do the work, get back to the basics. Trust the process.

Without faith, it is impossible to please God. So like the gardener, have faith."

Today's TXT Time post is by our Children's Pastor Bryan Simpkins. If you would like to read this passage of scripture you can go to our website at

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If you missed Pastor Darryl's powerful message on the four letter word "Free"
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"Luke 12:1-3 (MSG) “By this time the crowd, unwieldy and stepping on each other’s toes, numbered into the thousands. But Jesus’ primary concern was his disciples. He said to them, ‘Watch yourselves carefully, so you don’t get contaminated with Pharisee yeast, Pharisee phoniness. You can’t keep your true self-hidden forever; before long you’ll be exposed. You can’t hide behind a religious mask forever; sooner or later the mask will slip, and your true face will be known. ...You can’t whisper one thing in private and preach the opposite in public; the day’s coming when those whispers will be repeated all over town.’”

In this scene, Jesus warned his disciples to be on guard from becoming infected by hypocrisy. The Pharisees were rule-wielding, power-hungry imposters. But they wore the mask of being devoted religious leaders. How exhausting that must have been!

It’s so easy for us as Christians to gloss over hypocrisy when we think about ourselves. We can say we follow Jesus, but not be obedient to His Word. Or, we can just be partially obedient; or appear to be obedient in front of others, and be somebody else in private. Be careful! It’s a slippery slope! It’s through obedience that we cheerfully give our tithes, love our neighbors, honor our parents, submit to our husbands, and love our wives. But what if we don’t love those who may not be so easy to love, show kindness and patience to everyone equally, forgive at the deepest level?

When others look at us, do they see someone who is real or is it an imposter behind a mask?"

Today's TXT Time post is by Kim Bales. If you would like to read this passage of scripture you can go to our website at

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