We recently finished up our 6 year series on the book of Luke. Our Senior Pastor, Rev. Dr. Gregory A. Boyd, disseminated a myriad of wisdom throughout the series and we’ve assembled some of his most insightful points in a video we’re calling “Lessons from the Book of Luke.”
Archive for ‘May, 2011’
Tagged as Address, Colossians, Identity, Roman Empire, Subversive
As we start our new sermon series in Colossians, it is important to remember the foundations on which the early Church stood. Living in Christ, for the early Church, was the same as living at an address, and it had large implications for how they viewed themselves. In this sermon, Greg points out some of these implications and also gives a little history behind Paul’s letter to Colossae.
Tagged as Greg Boyd, Heaven, hell, Paul Eddy, Q&A, Resurrection
Our most recent Q&A with Greg and Paul was on Tuesday, June 7. This time they tackled the topics of “Heaven, Hell and the Resurrection.” If you missed it, you can still download the audio or video!
If God is not a micro-managing God, how can we thank him for daily blessings like getting a job offer or getting help fixing a flat tire?
Tagged as Ascension, Body of Christ, Circus, God Within, Rapture
When Jesus ascended to Heaven, he sent another advocate to us, namely the Holy Spirit. In this sermon, Greg describes why Jesus went “up” to heaven, and also why another advocate had to be indwelt within the body of believers.
Tagged as book, Scott Boren, small group
Scott Boren, our Discipleship Pastor, recently released a new book called MissioRelate.
Tagged as Food, Lifestyle, Physical, Resurrection, Spirit
When Jesus was resurrected, he was not in some far away place. In fact, Jesus kept pointing out to his disciples that he was flesh and blood. He ate with his disciples and let them touch his hands and feet. In the same way, our resurrection happens here on Earth, and God cares about the matter in the Universe.
We’ve partnered with Union Gospel Mission (UGM) many times over the past several years. Recently, UGM presented Woodland Hills with their “Faith that Works” award.
Join us Friday, May 20 as Rita Springer hosts an evening of worship here at Woodland Hills!
Tagged as Ambiguity, Clarity, Fellowship, Seeking God, Service
God can be ambiguous at times. We seek clarity during those times; however, it may not be readily given to us. In this sermon, Greg talks about how to respond to God’s ambiguity by going up to God, out to others, and in for fellowship.