Posts by "Jim LePage"
Tagged as Blessings, Community, Covenant, Discipleship, faith, Faithfulness, family, Generosity, God's Will, God’s love, Grace, Gratitude, hope, Identity in Christ, imagination, Kingdom of God, Presence of God, Reconciliation, Relationship, Sacrifice, Salvation, transformation, Worship
Tagged as Christmas, Consumerism, Die To Self, Hallmark Family, Identity in Christ, imagination, Peace
Tagged as Jesus, Seed, Soil, Spirit, Spiritual discipline
Tagged as Blessed Revolution, Homosexuality, Marriage Amendment, Mourning, salt and light
God designed us to get all of our life, worth and value from him. But when humanity signed our declaration of independence in the garden, we started to fill our lives with the things of this world. In this sermon, Greg calls us to become dependent on God in ways that might cause us to mourn. Additionally, Greg addresses the marriage amendment vote in Minnesota.
Tagged as Beatitude, Blessed Revolution, Contrast, Disciple, Sermon on the Mount
Jesus commanded his disciples to be the salt and light of this world, but being the salt and light has been misunderstood in many contemporary Christian circles. In this sermon, Greg talks about the purpose of being salt and light, and he calls all of Jesus’ followers to step out of the crowd and become disciples.
Tagged as 20 year anniversary, Dependence, History, Pentagon, Pygmy
It is the 20th anniversary of Woodland Hills Church! In this sermon, Greg goes back to the foundations and history of this church, and shows how dependence upon God has been a mainstay of the culture at Woodland Hills Church.
Tagged as Acorn, beauty, Judgment, Krypto, True self
Our true self is hidden away in heaven, free from corruption and destruction. In this sermon, Greg asks us to realize what this true self looks like, and he calls us to embrace this true self in whatever ways we can in this life.
Tagged as Authority, Lion King, Simba, Stewardship, Truth
The same power that defeated Satan and destroyed the bonds of evil is at work in you this very day, but feeling that power can be difficult. In this sermon, Greg talks about the deep truth of your life and how to embrace it.
Tagged as Beautiful, Bizarre, Quantum Physics, reality, Truth
The study of quantum physics reveals that reality is not how our eyes perceive it. In this sermon, Greg shows how beautifully bizarre reality is and how beautifully bizarre our relationship with ourselves and Christ is.
Tagged as Church Body, Honor, Marathon, Service, volunteer
The Church of Christ functions like a body. When one part of the body doesn’t work, it affects the rest of the body. In this sermon, Greg calls the Church to respond to God’s call for us to serve one another.