See the new Logo? It’s all apart of the recent efforts to revamp our social media presence! This includes a brand new YouTube channel trailer and a Twitter account. We plan to use all of these resources in helpful, positive ways in our to outreach and give glory to God! Be sure to follow us @journeycafe320 and check out our YouTube page today!
Christian hip-hop artist, Michael Fugitt, brought his dynamic blend of rap & pop to Rock Us youth group ast night at the Journey. He also gave a clear and passionate message about sin, eternity and the hope we have in Jesus Christ. Michael, who now hails from Bakersfield, CA, has been coming to the Journey for the last 10 years. We wish him and his wonderful family many blessings for the rest of his winter tour.
This is my banjo. Like me, it’s not normal. This is 6-string banjo. (Traditional bluegrass banjos have 5 strings). My 6-stringer was made this way so guitar players like me could get the sound of a banjo without learning the very different neck & playing style of a real banjo. I affectionately call it my ‘cheater banjo’ . Though there may be some like it, this banjo is unique.
We’re all different. Each an every human being has a unique DNA sequence, unique finger prints, unique personality, unique gifts & talent, and unique life experiences. Who among us can confidently say, “I’m normal”? You may think it, but the fact is that there is no normal. In fact, you are truly unique. And you were purposefully and masterfully made this way. You are not some cosmic accident or a random collection of biological material. You are not a highly evolved ape. You are not a mistake. No, not at all.
The truth is you are God’s masterpiece (Eph 2:10). He loving made in His image (Gen 1:27). He knows you & loves, and He made you for a great purpose (Lk 12:7 ; Jn 3:16; Jer 29:11). So don’t try to be normal. Don’t try to be someone else. Seek God first in all things (Mt 6:33) & be the unique masterpiece that God you to be.
Welcome to the Journey’s new website. Hope you like our new look! I want to personally thank Greta Bailey (website design/ navigation) & Maddie Bailey (photography). You can also check us out on Facebook.