Enjoying the Journey Now On YouTube January 7, 2021


Everyone has their favorite media platform to stream content – there are certainly plenty to choose from! Our daily broadcast is heard on a number of radio stations across the country, internet radio, and a variety of podcast platforms. Over the last year we have also been able to add Enjoying the Journey to Pandora, TuneIn, iHeart Radio, Spotify, and Stitcher.

The Next Step in 2021

During the Christmas and New Year season we decided to share some archived episodes on our YouTube channel and soon discovered that some people enjoy listening there as well. One benefit of this platform is that you can easily share the episodes to other devices in your home (such as a smart tv). Also, if you are a YouTube premium member you can stream episodes without ads and without keeping the app open.

For this reason we plan to begin posting all ETJ episodes each day to our YouTube channel beginning next Monday, January 11.

These episodes will correspond with the current study on the podcast platform and will give you another place to listen. We will begin with a short series on Revival Praying and then launch into an exciting study in the book of Revelation, The King is Coming! Our YouTube channel will continue to share recent Bible messages and short video resources. If you have not already subscribed I hope you will do so today.

However you listen to the daily broadcast, we want to thank you for making this part of your day. We do not know what lies ahead on our journey but it is time for all of us to take the next step. I love what Paul wrote to the church at Thessalonica in 1 Thessalonians 1:6, “And ye became followers of us, and of the Lord, having received the word in much affliction, with joy of the Holy Ghost.” Keep following Christ! Whatever afflictions we may face this year I pray that God will help all of us to receive His Word with the joy of the Holy Ghost. This is the only way to enjoy the journey.

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