The God Journey Updated

For regular listeners, and those who haven’t found The God Journey yet, we wanted you to know that we have updated the entire site with a new look and new features. Please stop by and visit some time.

And, if you’d like to let others know that you’re on a God Journey of your own, we have new images for people to add to their blogs and websites encouraging others to find out about The God Journey themselves. Check it out!

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  1. Theresa December 14, 2006 at 12:02 pm

    Hey Wayne! Love the new changes. Haven’t had much time to snoop around but it looks great. I put the link on our website too. 🙂 (jaylodecpa.com) It really looks sharp!

  2. Theresa December 14, 2006 at 3:02 pm

    Hey Wayne! Love the new changes. Haven’t had much time to snoop around but it looks great. I put the link on our website too. 🙂 (jaylodecpa.com) It really looks sharp!

  3. Fran Means December 16, 2006 at 5:36 pm

    After looking at the new picture up front of the God Journey, I have to say that it still spooks me. Every once in awhile I have a dream of driving on a road by a body of water, then the road disappears and I don’t know if I can make to anywhere safe.

  4. Fran Means December 16, 2006 at 8:36 pm

    After looking at the new picture up front of the God Journey, I have to say that it still spooks me. Every once in awhile I have a dream of driving on a road by a body of water, then the road disappears and I don’t know if I can make to anywhere safe.

  5. Wayne December 18, 2006 at 5:25 pm

    Sorry, Fran! We weren’t looking to scare anybody…

    But we did want to mess with people’s sense of security in the temporal and know that we can’t generally figure out the end of the roads God sends us down. Our security has to be in him, not in the certainty of our outcomes as we enjoy it.

    They key is our safe place no matter what the road looks like ahead, and maybe even at some point we leave the safety of the land to roll on the waves with him…

    Anyway. I’m sorry it spooks you.

    Wayne

  6. Wayne December 18, 2006 at 8:25 pm

    Sorry, Fran! We weren’t looking to scare anybody…

    But we did want to mess with people’s sense of security in the temporal and know that we can’t generally figure out the end of the roads God sends us down. Our security has to be in him, not in the certainty of our outcomes as we enjoy it.

    They key is our safe place no matter what the road looks like ahead, and maybe even at some point we leave the safety of the land to roll on the waves with him…

    Anyway. I’m sorry it spooks you.

    Wayne

  7. Fran Means December 18, 2006 at 10:41 pm

    It’s OK. Those dreams fall into the same category as my “lost in the city”, “lost in the country” or “lost in the mountains” dreams. It makes me go to my Father to ask what is going on that my poor mind has to sneak up on me while I am asleep to complain about how life is going.

  8. Fran Means December 19, 2006 at 1:41 am

    It’s OK. Those dreams fall into the same category as my “lost in the city”, “lost in the country” or “lost in the mountains” dreams. It makes me go to my Father to ask what is going on that my poor mind has to sneak up on me while I am asleep to complain about how life is going.

  9. Tonya F January 26, 2013 at 7:05 am

    Hi Wayne,
    I recently watched The Adjustment Bureau. It’s a mix of Fringe and The Matrix. The writer explorers destiny, purpose, and free will. As a person who is dealing with children with illness and neurological problems, I’ve been beat down with pat “Christian” answers and lots of discouragement. “God’s trying to teach you patience or God’s trying to bring you closer to Him.” I don’t believe that these cliches fit Father. After the movie, I came to understand that happenstance, free will, or Intelligent Design Father has a purpose. He works all things together for good for His children. Although I don’t completely agree with the conclusion I got a lot from it. I’d love to hear ( or read) your take on this film.

  10. Tonya F January 26, 2013 at 10:05 am

    Hi Wayne,
    I recently watched The Adjustment Bureau. It’s a mix of Fringe and The Matrix. The writer explorers destiny, purpose, and free will. As a person who is dealing with children with illness and neurological problems, I’ve been beat down with pat “Christian” answers and lots of discouragement. “God’s trying to teach you patience or God’s trying to bring you closer to Him.” I don’t believe that these cliches fit Father. After the movie, I came to understand that happenstance, free will, or Intelligent Design Father has a purpose. He works all things together for good for His children. Although I don’t completely agree with the conclusion I got a lot from it. I’d love to hear ( or read) your take on this film.

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