Welcome to Journey Church's sermons. Here you can watch series and individual sermons. Click on the photo of what message or series you want to watch and you will be directed to the video.
Pastor Ben shares a message about the love of God our Father on Father's Day. He describes the attributes of God as they relate to us as His children and what we can expect from Him.
We talk about the importance for the Church to "Rise Up!” Pastor Chad has a conversation with Pastor John Pomeroy about the responsibilities of the Church during this time of unrest in our country.
05.17.2020 - 06.07.2020
This is a 4-part series called "Silver Linings - A Study of Ruth". Each week we will study a chapter of Ruth. It's a story about choices, tragedy, scarcity, loyalty and, most importantly, redemption.
Jennifer Nelson shares a message called “Magic in the Margin.” This is not just for moms or women, but for anyone who wants to leave room in their lives for God to work.
Throughout this unprecedented time, most of us can say that we have learned or relearned something. We will study one of the most quoted scriptures in the Bible. Hopefully, it will help us discover how much is "Enough."
Pastor Chad taks about how and why we need to "Praise in the Tribulation."
It’s been said you can tell a lot about a person’s relationship with God by how they respond when they make a mistake. They either run to the Father or away from Him. We look at a big mistake Peter made at the biggest moment in his life & how Jesus responded. Which way do you run?
We celebrate the weekend that changed everything. In the sermon we explore the difference between knowing about Jesus vs. knowing Jesus.
Jesus was able to endure all the suffering on the cross because he was able to zoom out and see you! Should we zoom in or zoom out in life? Jesus provided the answer for us on the cross.
03.15.2020 - 04.05.2020
Famous last words look at the last 48 hour's of Jesus' life. This series looks at the betrayal, abandonment, trial and crucifixion of Jesus.
What is the Biblical response when there is a gap between what we have and what we need? How should we pray?