Join staff and friends of Journey Church for this weekday podcast where we explore pressing questions about faith, history, truth, and what it means to be a Jesus follower. Every Monday through Friday, you’ll hear stories, interviews, guidance on spiritual practices, (and some irreverent humor) as we awaken, align, and live out our true identities in Christ.
Formation Friday: Pastor Suzie Lind talks with Brad Perry of The Public about growing up in Franklin and forming a faith in the midst of racial inequality, oppression and a slaveholder family history. Further resources for today's conversation: Footnotes with Jemar Tisby. Pass the Mic. Got comments or questions? Text us at (615) 861-9503 and join the conversation.
Does God really exist? Is He active in our world? Pastors Kevin Dixon, Mike Erre and Suzie Lind examine why we believe that there's a God in today's Theology Thursday episode. Got comments or questions? Text us at (615) 861-9503 and join the conversation.
With rations of COVID-19 vaccine in short supply, and plenty of Americans still worried about side effects, we ask what love for our neighbors require of us as Christians? Suzie Lind, Mike Erre and Kevin Dixon join host Grant Opperman for a discussion.
How can we move beyond Christian platitudes like "God won't give you more than you can handle?" as we live through suffering? Tim Timmons shares his thoughts in this week's "10 Thousand Minutes" practice.
Journey musician and community member Ethan Hulse and Teaching Pastor Mike Erre cast some doubt on the old phrase that "the body and its desires are wicked." Mature topics: Parental guidance suggested.
Formation isn't just a Beyonce song. Or a class for Christians. Or a mission to go on. At Journey, spiritual formation is about how we align ourselves with God and live out our true identities in Christ. It's also the idea behind our new "Formation Fridays." Brett Mabury, Tim Timmons and Sam Barnhart talk with host Suzie Lind about what spiritual formation means in their lives.
Pastors Kevin Dixon, Mike Erre and Suzie Lind debut their "Theology Thursday" series by asking what it means to untangle cultural practices, examine who God is and what we believe and build a cohesive theology.
Disney / Pixar’s new animated film, “Soul,” debuted on Christmas Day to huge acclaim (95% on the Tomatometer) and big streaming numbers. Creative, funny and surprisingly deep, the movie explores some of life’s biggest questions: What is a soul, and where does it come from? What’s the meaning of life and the definition of a successful one? What happens before we’re born and after we die? And, the toughest question of them all: Is it really worth it to subscribe to yet another streaming app? Pastors Kevin Dixon, Mike Erre and Suzie Lind join Grant Opperman for a little soul searching. To go deeper with this subject, we recommend The Bible Project's video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g_igCcWAMAM
In this first “Mike Mondays” installment, Savannah Locke joins pastor Mike Erre to question Christian teaching on sin, suffering and hell. How can these terrifying concepts square with God’s love story for us?