Singleness is a topic that isn’t discussed very often. In this sermon, Greg talks about the stigma that is attached to single people, especially in churches. He also brings to light how the early church viewed singleness and provides three implications of being single in today’s world.
Archive for ‘October, 2011’
Tagged as Celibacy, Companionship, Romanticism, Sexuality, Single
Tagged as children, Honor, Parents, reality, Relatively Speaking
Honoring your father and mother is an ancient command found in nearly every religion. Yet, families vary from person to person, and it can be difficult to honor some parents. In this sermon, Greg talks about how to honor your parents by forgiving them and assessing the reality of the relationship. By doing these two things, people can honor their parents in healthy ways.
Tagged as Books, Justification, Paul Eddy, Theology
Our Teaching Pastor (and Greg’s Q&A partner), Paul Eddy, just released a new book called “Justification: Five Views.”
Tagged as children, Love and Logic, Parenting, Relatively Speaking
Parenting is difficult, and Woodland Hills wants to help. We’ll be hosting a class this fall called Parenting with Love and Logic, and it is ideal for any parent that is looking to reach their kids with Kingdom love and Kingdom logic.
Tagged as family, Fatherhood, Kingdom DNA, Relatively Speaking, Values
We’ve all dealt with issues in our families. In this sermon, Greg sets up the framework of understanding biblical family. This framework will help us understand how God wants us to relate to our families over the next five weeks of study. This sermon will make you go “hmmm”.
Tagged as family, relationships, Relatively Speaking, Sermon Series
Our fall Adventure series, Relatively Speaking, is exploring the relationships that make up our lives. Check here for weekly study guides that you can use on your own or in a group.
Tagged as Evolution, Purpose, Puzzle, Science, Sustain
In Jesus, all things were created and are being sustained by him. Whether you think the world was created billions of years ago or 4,000 years ago, the only thing that matters is the sustaining breath of God. In this sermon, Greg tackles some of the ways in which we can view the interaction of science and faith. He also shows the beauty of a God who sustains the smallest things in this world.
Greg was recently invited to take part in a short debate about church and politics on Minnesota Public Radio.
Being joyful can be difficult during hard times. In this sermon, Jeff Lexvold shows us an inspirational tale of finding God in the darkest places. He also talks to us about how to pray continuously during these times. Finally, he shows us how to give thanks no matter the circumstances.