Archive for ‘March, 2010

Kiln #3

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At our third Kiln event, Marcell Warren opened with a reflection about her perspectives about art and gardening, and four artists shared their work.

Questionable Blessings

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In the final week of our “Kingdom Economics” series, Greg answers four questions that were submitted by the congregation and podrishioners. 1) Why doesn’t WHC teach tithing? 2) I’m broke! Didn’t God promise me I’d reap what I’ve sown? 3) If misfortune isn’t a “curse” from God, why think good fortune is a “blessing” from God? 4) Is America “blessed”?

Panel Discussion

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During the series, many people have sent in questions about their personal finances. Today we heard from a panel of people from Woodland Hills who responded to those questions with Kingdom of God principles.

Haiti Earthquake Relief

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This Undercurrent video shows how Woodland Hills and partner ministries, Providence Ministries and COFHED, have been involved with the Haiti earthquake relief.

In God We Trust

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In week two of our “Kingdom Economics” series, Greg answers three questions that were submitted by the congregation and podrishioners. 1) Does having a savings account show a lack of faith in God? 2) Does saving for retirement show a lack of trust in God? 3) Is declaring bankruptcy a sin?

Defying the Beast

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Matthew 6:24 tells us that we “cannot serve both God and mammon.” Instead, we can live out kingdom principles with our finances.

Kingdom Economics Series

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All of us continue to be affected by the state of the economy, and based on recent surveys of our congregation and podrishioners, we know that people would like suggestions and advice about managing their money. To try and address some of these issues, we’re planning a series called Kingdom Economics that will run from March 6-28.