Looking For What’s NEXT?
I want to speak directly to a group of people I am really hoping is reading this right now. I’m talking about those who really love the music, the messages, the kids’ and students’ programs, and the overall warm and welcoming environment of Journey…but you sense there’s more. In fact, you know there’s got to be more. Whether you’ve attended Journey for a matter of weeks or months or even years, that doesn’t matter. All you know is you really do love the Journey…at least what you’ve heard and seen so far…but you are ready to make a move into something more, something beyond what you’ve experienced so far.
You are ready for what’s NEXT.
If that describes you, I urge you to spend about 20 extra minutes with us at our Apopka campus this coming Sunday, February 26. We have scheduled our first ever NEXT gathering at 10:45AM in the new Adventureland Theater. If you normally worship at 9:30, plan to stay 20 minutes longer. If you typically attend the 11:15 worship gathering, show up 30 minutes earlier.
Simple and obvious spiritual growth steps will be clearly communicated to help you take a step toward what the NEXT best step is for you. And isn’t that what a journey implies–that we are making purposeful movement to somewhere we want to be?
No registration is required for NEXT. Just show up and learn what God has NEXT for you.
NEXT will be coming to our Mount Dora campus on Sunday, March 26, after the 10:30 worship gathering. BTW: did you know our Mount Dora campus has reached over 200 in worship attendance several times in 2017? The 200 barrier is important to break through for a church. For some reason, it has been proven over the years that breaking through that barrier for a church becomes a growth catalyst. Pastor Joel Craig and the Mount Dora campus are gaining traction and becoming more focused than ever on making disciples of Jesus who love God, love people and serve the world. Keep loving the Journey Mount Dora!
Life On Mission–Serve
What if the church got better at what Jesus said mattered most? What would it look like for Christians to take seriously the Great Commandment of loving God and loving our neighbor as ourselves? Do you think that would make a difference in our world?
That’s what we’ll be talking about this weekend in our Life On Mission series: Serve. Here’s a brief intro to the big idea of this weekend’s message from Life On Mission author, Pastor Tim Harlow.
This weekend we will take a fresh look at one of Jesus’ most popular stories. Read Luke 10:25-37 to prepare for the weekend.
An Easter 5K is coming to Journey…but it’s not the kind of 5k you’re probably thinking of. I can’t share all the details with you just yet, but believe me, it’s really important and it’s BIG! More details soon.