From the very beginning of Christianity, there has been contention and a battle with the kingdom of darkness. Where there is no light, we are supposed to bring light through self-sacrificial love. In this sermon, Shawna explores why we contend and offers encouragement in our spreading of the light in our dark world.
Archive for ‘February, 2012’
Tagged as Agonize, Contenders, Darkness, Geese, Light
Tagged as concert, Dance, events, Not Dead Yet
The Not Dead Yet band (with Greg Boyd) will be performing here at church on Friday, March 2 from 7:00-11:00 pm.
Clouds can bring rain and refreshment to the Earth. But they also can block out the Sun, and they represent ominous things in our life. These “dark clouds” in our life block out the energy and glory of Christ in our lives. When we rise above the clouds in this life, we realize that we should always dwell in the serenity of Christ.
Our next Kiln event is coming up next Monday, February 27! We’ll hear from two writers, a poet, a painter/3D artist and a dancer.
Tagged as fundraiser, Making Space, Project Home
You may remember how successful our Making Space fundraiser was in December. Find out what’s been happening since then.
We’ve had a lot of requests over the years for subtitled sermons and we’re happy to announce that we now have a couple available!
Tagged as America, Competition, Suffering, Surrender, Wealth
For the past few weeks, we’ve been talking about sharing in Christ’s suffering. While suffering, it can be easy to judge ourselves or others based on how much they suffer. Being connected to God’s plan for your life is the best way to stay away from this type of judgment.
Tagged as News, Podrishioners, Roku, Sermons
If you own a Roku, you can now subscribe to the Woodland Hills channel through your Roku device and watch sermons on your TV.
Echo is part of the Emerging Generation ministry at Woodland Hills and focuses on 7th-12th graders. Find out more about what makes Echo unique.
Tagged as glory, Joy, Suffering, Surrender, Trinity
For some Christians, the goal of salvation is escape from Hell. In Colossians, Paul talks about the glorious riches that are available to us in the here and now. And while being in Heaven is a great part of our relationship with God, it is not even close to the fullness that Jesus brings to our lives.