This morning as we finish celebrating 10 years of God's faithfulness to Journey Church, we examine Moses' final words to the nation of Israel. Moses commands the people to remember the Lord: his leadership of them as a people, his salvation and his provision. Remembering these things will preserve and sustain God's people all their days. And the same is true for us.
Fatherhood is a high calling with incredibly important responsibilities. Those responsibilities include God’s command to diligently teach their children biblical doctrine and to discipline them according to God’s Word.
The Bible has a picture of devotion to God which impacts our entire being. We are called to pursue a Christ-like way of being human; a reestablishment of what God wanted when he created us. But how do these big ideas play out in the normal rhythms of life? What does it practically look like? Answer: Worship — it forms us — it shapes what we love. Because Worship isn't just something we do, it does something to us.