Journey to The Journey

November 15, 2015 by Cody Parman 0 comments

Thankful for the people of The Journey, an open letter to my church.

It’s an absolute privilege, a gift of God’s grace that I get to minister to the people in our church. ...Keep Reading

Posted in: Ministry Thoughts

September 17, 2015 by Cody Parman 0 comments

Jesus said...

Shouldn’t we be using the teachings of Jesus to understand where there’s truth in the blogosphere rather than using the teachings found on the blogosphere to understand where there’s truth in what Jesus said? I feel like Christians (people who claim to follow the way of Christ) should be in agreement on this....Keep Reading

Posted in: Matthew

September 3, 2015 by Cody Parman 0 comments

Resources On Matthew

Being such a popular book of the Bible there is no shortage of resources to supplement your study. That being said, anytime I preach through a book of the Bible I share any and all resources that I'm using in the hopes that those who wish to take their study a little further will read along with me. Below is a list of some great resources that I'm currently reading as I preach through Matthew. ...Keep Reading

Posted in: Matthew

August 17, 2015 by Cody Parman 0 comments

We're Moving!

This Sunday we’re moving our worship services to Marietta High School’s auditorium! ...Keep Reading

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July 16, 2015 by Cody Parman 0 comments

Matthew Starts Sunday!

Despite man’s wicked schemes, opposing views and the endless debates that surround this synopsis of Christ’s life and ministry I believe that time spent in Matthew will inevitably continue to change people, all to the glory of God. My simple prayer is that by the end of this study there are more Christians in the world. I pray that there would be more people who truly understand the message of the gospel. I pray that people will be given ears to hear the significance of who Jesus is, what He came to do, what He is doing and what He will do. ...Keep Reading

Posted in: Matthew

July 10, 2015 by John Downs 0 comments

Welcome to Lamentations: Finding Joy Beyond the Sorrow

Introduction into Lamentations sermon series. Works cited, etc. ...Keep Reading

Posted in: Lamentations Tags: sermons

July 2, 2015 by Cody Parman 0 comments

Meet our church plant intern!

In an effort to better introduce John and I put together a little interview via blog that you can check out below. John and Lindsay have already been a tremendous blessing to us at The Journey and I'm really grateful for the opportunity to have them doing ministry here in the MOV! - Cody Parman...Keep Reading

Posted in: Journey to The Journey

June 8, 2015 by Cody Parman 0 comments

Amos: Teaching Calendar/Resources

Don't let this book's position in the Bible fool you, there's more to Amos than you may realize. Amos is located in a section of your Bible known as the "writing prophets" or to label it as Jesus did "the prophets" (Matthew 5:17, Luke 24:27). Now typically when we think of Old Testament prophetic books the big-dogs come to mind like Isaiah, Jeremiah, Ezekiel and Daniel (the major prophets). Beyond those major prophets are twelve smaller prophetic books (Hosea - Malachi) known as the minor prophets, they're labeled "minor" ONLY because of the length of their books in comparison to the larger major prophets. In fact, the Hebrew Bible lumps all of these minor prophets into one book called "Book of the Twelve."...Keep Reading

Posted in: Great Reads

May 27, 2015 by Cody Parman 1 comments

Just Tell Me What The Bible Says...

We have a just-tell-me-what-the-Bible-says philosophy at The Journey. This philosophy is one of the most important components of how we are attempting to honor God with our ministry. Below are 3 reasons why we strive to stick with this simple yet incredibly challenging approach....Keep Reading

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February 17, 2015 by Cody Parman 0 comments

Ecclesiastes: Works Cited/Preaching Schedule

On November 23rd we're starting a new teaching series through the Old Testament book of Ecclesiastes! This peculiar book will have you experiencing the complete gamut of human emotion. The feelings expressed in Ecclesiastes are raw, real and at times will leave you scratching your head in despair. In fact, due to the perplexity of its content many over the years have wondered why this book is even in the bible. ...Keep Reading

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