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Graves Into Gardens

Part 7 • Graves Into Gardens

May 31, 2020 • Pastor James Hilton

When Jesus came, He turned our world upside down. Or at least it feels that way. We have become so accustomed to the broken and distorted way of this world, that the way of Jesus seems foolish: love your enemies, find your life by losing it, and be great by being a servant. Why does this feel so ridiculous? Could it be that this “upside-down” way that Jesus presents is actually offering a way to turn our lives right side up? We invite you to join us for the Journey's newest series, Graves into Gardens. Worship Ryan Simpson • Caleb Bulleman • Dave Washburn • Aaron Bulleman Christ Be Magnified © Capitol Music and Remaining portion is unaffiliated Jesus We Love You © Bethel Music and Remaining portion is unaffiliated CCLI Song #7123436 -- CCLI License # 89790

Part 6 • Graves Into Gardens

May 24, 2020 • Pastor James Hilton

When Jesus came, He turned our world upside down. Or at least it feels that way. We have become so accustomed to the broken and distorted way of this world, that the way of Jesus seems foolish: love your enemies, find your life by losing it, and be great by being a servant. Why does this feel so ridiculous? Could it be that this “upside-down” way that Jesus presents is actually offering a way to turn our lives right side up? We invite you to join us for the Journey's newest series, Graves into Gardens. Worship Nick Reiherzer • Luke Wycuff • Dave Washburn • Aaron Bulleman Always Have, Always Will © Journey Worship and Remaining portion is unaffiliated Nothing Else © Capitol Music and Remaining portion is unaffiliated CCLI Song #7123436 -- CCLI License # 89790

Part 5 • Graves Into Gardens

May 17, 2020 • Pastor James Hilton

When Jesus came, He turned our world upside down. Or at least it feels that way. We have become so accustomed to the broken and distorted way of this world, that the way of Jesus seems foolish: love your enemies, find your life by losing it, and be great by being a servant. Why does this feel so ridiculous? Could it be that this “upside-down” way that Jesus presents is actually offering a way to turn our lives right side up? We invite you to join us for the Journey's newest series, Graves into Gardens. Worship Kailey Simpson • Ryan Simpson • Caleb Bulleman • Aaron Bulleman Tremble © Essential Music Publishing and Remaining portion is unaffiliated Raise a Hallelujah © Bethel Music and Remaining portion is unaffiliated CCLI Song #7065049 -- CCLI License # 89790

Part 4 • Graves Into Gardens

May 10, 2020 • Pastor James Hilton

When Jesus came, He turned our world upside down. Or at least it feels that way. We have become so accustomed to the broken and distorted way of this world, that the way of Jesus seems foolish: love your enemies, find your life by losing it, and be great by being a servant. Why does this feel so ridiculous? Could it be that this “upside-down” way that Jesus presents is actually offering a way to turn our lives right side up? We invite you to join us for the Journey's newest series, Graves into Gardens. Worship Dave Washburn • Lisa Washburn • John Ostermann • Aaron Bulleman Way Maker © Osinachi Kalu Okoro Egbu and Remaining portion is unaffiliated It Is Well © Bethel Music and Remaining portion is unaffiliated CCLI Song # 7115744 -- CCLI License # 89790

Part 3 • Graves Into Gardens

May 3, 2020 • Pastor Tom Wycuff

When Jesus came, He turned our world upside down. Or at least it feels that way. We have become so accustomed to the broken and distorted way of this world, that the way of Jesus seems foolish: love your enemies, find your life by losing it, and be great by being a servant. Why does this feel so ridiculous? Could it be that this “upside-down” way that Jesus presents is actually offering a way to turn our lives right side up? We invite you to join us for the Journey's newest series, Graves into Gardens. Worship Luke Wycuff • Josh Wycuff • Ryan Simpson • Aaron Bulleman Run to the Father © Capitol CMG and Remaining portion is unaffiliated Jesus Paid It All © EMI CMG and Remaining portion is unaffiliated CCLI Song # 7133494 -- CCLI License # 89790

Part 2 • Flippen Over It.

Graves Into Gardens • April 26, 2020 • Pastor James Hilton

When Jesus came, He turned our world upside down. Or at least it feels that way. We have become so accustomed to the broken and distorted way of this world, that the way of Jesus seems foolish: love your enemies, find your life by losing it, and be great by being a servant. Why does this feel so ridiculous? Could it be that this “upside-down” way that Jesus presents is actually offering a way to turn our lives right side up? We invite you to join us for the Journey's newest series, Graves into Gardens. Worship Nick Reiherzer • Caleb Bulleman • John Ostermann • Michele Ostermann Graves into Gardens © Elevation Worship and Remaining portion is unaffiliated See a Victory © Elevation Worship and Remaining portion is unaffiliated CCLI Song # 7138219 -- CCLI License # 89790

Part 1 • Graves Into Gardens – Turning Fear Around

April 19, 2020 • Pastor James Hilton

When Jesus came, He turned our world upside down. Or at least it feels that way. We have become so accustomed to the broken and distorted way of this world, that the way of Jesus seems foolish: love your enemies, find your life by losing it, and be great by being a servant. Why does this feel so ridiculous? Could it be that this “upside-down” way that Jesus presents is actually offering a way to turn our lives right side up? We invite you to join us for the Journey's newest series, Graves into Gardens. Worship Ryan Simpson • Kailey Simpson • Aaron Bulleman • Dave Washburn Safest Place © Loyal Worship and Remaining portion is unaffiliated King of My Heart © John Mark McMillan and Sarah McMillan and Remaining portion is unaffiliated CCLI Song # 7046145 -- CCLI License # 89790

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When Jesus came, He turned our world upside down. Or at least it feels that way. We have become so accustomed to the broken and distorted way of this world, that the way of Jesus seems foolish: love your enemies, find your life by losing it, and be great by being a servant. Why does this feel so ridiculous? Could it be that this “upside-down” way that Jesus presents is actually offering a way to turn our lives right side up? We invite you to join us for the Journey's newest series, Graves into Gardens.