My Little Corner of the Mission Field

Here’s an update from Jen Radler who Journey Church supports in Kenya: As always, I am excited to connect with you all in the Journey Commun …

That We Would Live a Cross-Shaped Life

2022 Winter Songwriter Retreat | February 28- March 1 | Tim Timmons House Once a year, songwriters and musicians who attend Journey Church a …

Loving All of Your Neighbors

On a winter night in 1985, a young priest of a congregation in East Nashville named Charles Strobel looked out the window of his rectory bes …



Journey NOW

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.

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On Sunday, Pastor Rob Gonzalez talked about fear and faith, challenging listeners to name their own fears. The responses we got were overwhelming. This week's roundtable panel—Mike Erre, Suzie Lind, Tim Timmons, Nate Erre and special guest Seth Erre—explores their own experiences and understanding of how healthy faith and fear overlap.

Plus: It's SummerTim; Seth lives his best rock 'n' roll life and Mike and Suzie compete at graduation.

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This week, hosts Kevin Dixon, Dave Verhaagen, and Sam Barnhart expore questions about questioning faith? Why does rethinking, questioning and being skeptical sometimes make us feel bad? Why are some people pre-disposed to deconstruct their understanding of God, while others remain comfortable? Is it just human to doubt, and how risky is it for our mental health?

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