I Am Journey FAQ

We get these questions a lot.

What are the dates of the Journey?
What’s the Journey?
I’m sorting out the whole God thing. Can I participate?
I’m not sure how I feel about doing this, why should I participate in the I Am Journey?
How can I get into a group?
When should my Journey group start?
I can’t find a group that works for me.
Will there be onsite groups?
What if I’m already in a group?
If I miss a weekend service during the series, can I still participate?
I’ll need to miss a meeting. Can I still be in a group?
How do I lead a group?
What materials do I need for I AM ____?
Will there be a printed guide?
What system requirements do I need to download the app?
What if I don’t have a data plan on my phone?
What if I run into problems downloading or accessing the app?
Have more Questions?

What are the dates of the Journey?

Week 1: February 11-12
Week 2: February 18-19
Week 3: February 25-26
Week 4: March 4-5
Week 5: March 11-12 (Baptisms)
Week 6: March 18-19 (Communion)

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What’s the Journey?

The Journey is a six-week self-discovery process. Thousands of people (kids and adults) come together to focus on a topic to kick-start spiritual growth. It’s comprised of three components: the weekend service, individual challenges in the app and a group discussion.

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I’m sorting out the whole God thing. Can I participate?

Absolutely. We welcome people from all different places of their spiritual journey. You will be asked to read from the Bible and complete some individual challenges, but your questions are welcomed and expected.

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I’m not sure how I feel about doing this, why should I participate in the I Am Journey?

A journey is a great step for everyone to explore more, no matter what they believe of where they’re at in their spiritual journey. You will be asked to read from the Bible and complete some individual challenges, but your questions are welcome and expected.

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How can I get into a group?

Go to crossroads.net/IAmJourney to get connected to a group through the Group Tool. The Group Tool will enable you to filter by the kind of group you’re looking for and the area of town where you’d like to meet.

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When should my Journey group start?

If your group meets on the weekend or at the beginning of the week (Saturday, Sunday, Monday, Tuesday), start your group meetings a week late so that everyone has time to do the individual work after the weekend services, before you meet as a group. If you meet later in the week (Wednesday, Thursday, Friday), feel free to start meeting the first week after the February 11-12 services.

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I can’t find a group that works for me.

If you haven’t found a group in the Group Tool that works for you, you can always join an onsite group. Or, if you prefer to join a group that meets online, you can filter by “online groups” in the Group Tool.

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Will there be onsite groups?

Yes! You’re always welcome to join an ongoing onsite group and do the Journey with them. You can find the available onsite groups at crossroads.net/onsitegroups.

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What if I’m already in a group?

Great! Do the Journey with your current group. If your group is larger, we suggest breaking up into groups of 8-10 people for the sake of time. If you have space for additional people, we would encourage you to make your group public for others to join on the Group Tool! Or if you’ve had the itch to lead, this is the best time to start.

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If I miss a weekend service during the series, can I still participate?

Sure! Our weekend messages are posted online at crossroads.net/live and in the Crossroads app, so you can catch up if you have to miss. The weekend experience is a large component of the journey, but it is just one of four important components. The weekend message, individual work, group materials and digital prayer experience are all integrated so you’ll have the best experience participating in all of them. Remember that you can catch services even when you’re out of town by Streaming Live through the Crossroads app or crossroads.net/live.

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I’ll need to miss a meeting. Can I still be in a group?

Of course. Just let your group leader know in advance when you won’t be able to attend.

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How do I lead a group?

If you’re interested in leading a group, go to crossroads.net/IAmJourney to apply to be a leader.

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What materials do I need for the Journey?

The materials will be available on the Crossroads app the first weekend of the journey, February 11/12. If you don’t have an iOS (Apple) or Android device, a PDF version will be available, which can be downloaded at crossroads.net/IAmJourney. It is no longer available on the web. You’ll also want to get your hands on a Bible for the series. You can pick one up for free at the Info Center or download the YouVersion app.

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Will there be a printed guide?

Yes, a PDF will be available. You can download it at crossroads.net/IAmJourney. However, you’ll have the best experience by using the Crossroads app, which we highly encourage you to do. Each group will need one device to access the group content, so as long as someone in your group has one, you’re all set.

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What system requirements do I need to download the app?

iOS Version 9 or greater
Android Version 5 or greater

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What if I don’t have a data plan on my phone?

No sweat. You can leverage free wifi at all sites or hit up your local coffee shop.

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What if I run into problems downloading or accessing the app?

We’ll have a support team that can be reached at appsupport@crossroad.net.

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Have more Questions?

Relax. We’re here to help. Send an email to journey@crossroads.net.

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