Tuesday, February 25, 2014

Becky Dvorak visits JCF Sunday, March 2, for two services at 10 AM and 6 PM.

Becky, welcome back to JCF. After your last visit I said, "Wow, there are a lot of people eager for a touch from God. We are praying like the church in Acts 4, "Now Lord... stretch out your hand to heal that signs and wonders may be done through the name of Your Holy Servant Jesus."



Becky Dvorak with  Pastor Luke & Sylvia Weaver on a July 28, 2013, visit to Journey Christian Fellowship

Becky Dvorak and her husband, David, of more than 34 years, have founded LIFE Homes – Guatemala for children that have been orphaned, abandoned or born infected with the HIV Virus.  David and Becky are the parents of  eight children They have resided in   Guatemala, Central America, as missionaries since 1994.   Becky is the    Destiny Image author of Dare to Believe  and Greater Than Magic – The Supernatural Power of Faith.

 Here are links with more information

Thursday, October 17, 2013


Joy is taken from us through pain, fear, loss of connection between our feeling side and thinking side, our immaturity and living from our own selfishness. The good news is that we do not have to remain here. In Christ we find the power of a new way of living. Because He is with us we are able to:

1 - Find a  place to belong,

2 - Receive and give life,
3 – Recover from trauma,

4 – Grow to be mature and

5 – Learn to know our hearts.

Wednesday, August 14, 2013


Our Master Onion Ring Chef!
 More Food...
 Yackity Yack Yack Yack!
 More friends

Who is that "wanna be" chef?

Thursday, July 25, 2013

Becky Dvorak to visit Journey Christian Fellowship

Sunday, July 28 at 10 am & 6 pm

Becky will teach and ministry the Lord's healing. Her book, Dare to Believe, provides a solid foundation for the healing ministry of believers. She teaches with humility and gives the glory to the Lord.

For more about Becky visit her website at http://authorbeckydvorak.com/. Here you will find links to her teaching on youtube.com.

  • Discover where sickness and disease originated from.
  • Be equipped to walk in divine healings and miracles.
  • Learn who you are in Christ and how to put your faith into action.
  • Understand your authority over Satan and all of his works, including sickness and disease.
  • Learn how to use the ten faith principles that Jesus Christ put into practice when ministering to the sick.

Thursday, May 16, 2013

Pentecost Sunday

The theme of Passover to Pentecost has shaped new thinking for me. So many Christians are eager to receive the blessings of Christ, the Passover Lamb. Jesus forgives us of our sins and promises an eternity in heaven. But, Jesus placed clear emphasis on the "Promise  of the Father" (Luke 24:49). This promise is the Holy Spirit. While the Holy Spirit gives us ministry gifts and a reverent spiritual experience that words inadequately describe, the ongoing presence of the Holy Spirit insists on our surrender. This I believe is the reason I fail to experience more of the Spirit.

The Holy Spirit is a gentleman. The Spirit does not force himself but comes only at an invitation. This is just like salvation. Both Passover and Pentecost come is response to our invitation. We must ask.

Luke 11:9, 10, 13
And so I tell you, keep on asking, and you will receive what you ask for. Keep on seeking, and you will find. Keep on knocking, and the door will be opened to you. 10 For everyone who asks, receives. Everyone who seeks, finds. And to everyone who knocks, the door will be opened. So if you sinful people know how to give good gifts, how much more will your heavenly Father give the Holy Spirit to those who ask him.  (nlt)



Friday, April 26, 2013

The Good and Beautiful Community

The Good and Beautiful Community series includes soul-training exercises that awaken us to God’s kingdom and invite God to change our spirits, minds and bodies.

May 2     7-8:30 PM        Luke Weaver           The Generous  Community  
            May 9     7-8:30 PM        Greg Culbertson     The Worshipping Community  

"Too often Christians may experience a changed mind about God, or even a changed heart toward God, without having a changed life with God. Where is the breakdown between belief and discipleship? Why isn't the transformative power of the gospel more apparent in the daily workings of our lives?" from http://www.ivpress.com/cgi-ivpress/book.pl/code=3540

Pastor Luke

From Passover to Pentecost

A couple of friends started talking about this theme: From Passover to Pentecost.  The Resurrection was the pinnacle of Christ's mission on earth. Yet, He created anticipation for something beyond the Resurrection. Throughout the New Testament it is called the "promise of the Father" and refers to the coming of the Holy Spirit. What Jesus expresses as central to the life of a Jesus disciple is too mysterious to many. Our current study as Journey centers on the Holy Spirit. Here is a quote that has inspired me to press on in the things of the Holy Spirit.

One of the most fruitful sources of error and misconception, of unwholesome enthusiasm and false fire and fanaticism, in the treatment of this whole subject, is from trying to know the work of the Holy Spirit before we first come to know the Holy Spirit Himself.    R. A. Torrey
Oh, yes, the Holy Spirit is a person with whom I can relate.

Pastor Luke