In my 30+ years of walking with Jesus, I’ve found going through The Ultimate Journey experience to be one of the most transforming, life-altering, paradigm-shifting experiences I’ve had. Hundreds of others have had the same experience.
So why take The Ultimate Journey?
Biblical: The Ultimate Journey isn’t some newfangled philosophy. It’s based on biblical beliefs and the biblical experience of the Israelites journeying from the bondage of Egypt to the freedom of the Promised Land.
Freedom Bringing: it’s a powerful tool God has used again and again to free His beloved children of the emotional, spiritual, and mental weights that weight them down.
Paradigm-Shifting: so many of us are muddling through life with faulty paradigms or belief systems that trip us up again and again. The Ultimate Journey helps you define and discover your faulty paradigms and then replace them with paradigms based on the freeing truths of the Bible.
Hope Infusing: there are few things more weighty on the heart than feeling like you’ll never be able to get past something that’s hindering your life and relationships. The Ultimate Journey helps you work through and push through those seemingly impossible obstacles.
Healing and Wholeness: whenever Jesus touches our hearts and lives bringing His healing and wholeness to our brokenness . . . it’s amazing. The Ultimate Journey is a tool Jesus uses to bring His beloved children His healing and wholeness.
Dynamic Church Experience: Church bodies from all over the U.S. have small groups going through The Ultimate Journey. As they do, they witness God bringing dynamic wholeness and healing to their church body both individually and corporately. For Pastors: A Few Ways The Ultimate Journey Will Help Transform Your Congregation
Affordable: If there are no churches in your area that offer The Ultimate Journey as 13 week phases, you can go through each phase in 2-3 day turbos at The Ultimate Journey headquarters in Des Moines, Iowa.
On-Going: As the name suggests, going through The Ultimate Journey is a journey rather than a destination. As you continue your journey, there are ways to keep connected, growing, and actively working through the things life brings your way.
Forward Moving: As I’ve talked with believers about going through The Ultimate Journey, the most common objection I hear is that God tells us not to live our lives focused on the past. This is very true.
Yet, until we deal with our past no matter how hard we try we will continue dwelling on it consciously or subconsciously — Is. 43:18-19. When we’ve dealt with and faced our past, is when we will be able to truly see and experience the new thing God is doing in our lives.
So when will you be taking The Ultimate Journey?