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Archive for ‘April, 2011’
Tagged as Defiant, Easter, Flower, Oppression, Resurrection
In Minnesota, snow can feel evil. Like a flower that yearns to break through the snow, we should yearn to break free from the old order of things and live the Kingdom now. In this sermon, Greg walks us through what the Resurrection of Jesus means to our lives today.
For our Good Friday service, Greg looked at the life and death of Jesus using three different people who responded positively to Jesus. The criminal on the cross, a centurion and Joseph of Arimathia.
Join us on April 22 at 7:00 p.m. for contemplative worship, communion and prayer at our Good Friday service.
Tagged as Church, forgiveness, History, media, [Crap] Happens
Jesus’ Church has done a lot of bad things throughout history. Whether it was wars or various forms of torture, people have misused the idea of Church. In this sermon, Greg speaks about the different issues surrounding the Church’s history, and he submits a few ideas about how to deal with this type of crap happening.
We’re getting ready to record a new live worship CD and we want you to help us! Join us on Friday, April 29 for an evening of worship and prayer as we record a live CD at the same time. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. and the event begins at 7:00 p.m.
Tagged as Redefined, Sermon Series, Upper Room, Worship
Greg recently finished “Redefined,” a four part series on worship at Upper Room, a church in Robbinsdale, MN. You can now download or listen to the audio from all four sermons on their web site.
Tagged as Discipline, Gossip, Sin, Training, [Crap] Happens
We all have habitual sins that seem to plague us around every turn. Whether it’s gossip, lust, greed, or envy, we all falter in one place or another. Instead of wishing for deliverance, God asks us to work at our sins in order to become the people he created us to be.
Tagged as dental, Haiti, medical, mission trip, Missions
From March 4-12, a Woodland Hills medical mission team served in the village of Lougou in Haiti. The team worked with WH missionaries Nick and Madeleine Avignon and their ministry, COFHED. The following is written by, Christine Stupy, one of the team members.
Our next Kiln event is coming up next Monday! We’ll hear from a couple musicians, a writer and a visual artist.