In addition to speaking regularly at Woodland Hills, Greg has preached at other churches across the country and the world. He just finished “Hearing God’s Voice,” a four part series at Upper Room, a church in Robbinsdale, MN.
Archive for ‘November, 2011’
Tagged as Sermon Series, Sermons, Upper Room
Join us as we celebrate the songs of Christmas on Friday, December 2 at 7:00 pm!
Tagged as Discipline, Empowerment, Parenting, Relatively Speaking, Spanking
It takes a community to raise a child. Yet, in our modern world, we’ve set the standard that parenting should only be done by the biological parents. This separation of family from community is a tactic of the devil. In this sermon, Greg gives some principles of parenting in today’s world.
Tagged as Adultery, Divorce, Grace, Legalism, Relatively Speaking
Divorce happens. In this sermon, Greg speaks on when marriages go wrong. With divorce rates nearly the same inside as outside of the church, it is important to have a Kingdom understanding of divorce and remarriage, and how to answer the question: “When is it ok to divorce?”
Tagged as Allegiances, family, Marriage, Relatively Speaking, Submission
Marriage is a complicated endeavor. Whether we have allegiances to certain models of doing marriage or we follow in our parents footsteps, we all do marriage differently. In week 5 of the relatively speaking sermon series, we will learn about what the Bible says about marriage, and we’ll hear what Greg has to say about beautiful submission to one another.
Tagged as events, family, Holiday, Thanksgiving
Thanksgiving is the time of year where most folks sit down with family and friends to celebrate all that they are thankful for in this life. Yet, some people don’t have a place to go. This year, Woodland Hills is hosting a Thanksgiving potluck.
Tagged as Arranged Marriages, Consumerism, Dating, Dynamic Duo, Fullness
In ancient times, fathers would arrange marriages for their sons and daughters. In modern times, it is the individuals who broker their own marriage deals. We live in a consumerist dating era where people can pick their own mate. In this sermon, Greg and Christina Cleveland give a few guiding principles on how to date in the modern world, and they also give insight into who should really be brokering our marriage deals.