Recently, a group from Woodland Hills went on a mission trip to Cambodia. We caught up with one of the team members and asked her a few questions about her time there.
Archive for ‘May, 2012’
Tagged as Cambodia, mission trip, Missions, News
In this sermon, Dave Johnson (senior pastor of Church of the Open Door) takes us back to the opening verses of Colossians. Here, he explores how the “good news” of the Gospel provides us with a solid foundation of “hope.” This hope enables us to see beyond the difficulties and challenges that we face in this life.
Tagged as Anabaptist, Bruxy Cavey, Follow, Separation of Church and State, Tapestry
As we finish up our study of Tapestry, Bruxy Cavey teaches us the importance of visible Kingdom community and separation of church and state. These two aspects of the Kingdom were best lived out by the Anabaptists.
Tagged as children, Heroes Gate, summer, Volunteering
By volunteering for just 4 Sundays this summer in Heroes Gate, you can make this ministry great and give regular school year volunteers a break!
Tagged as Anabaptists, Baptism, Discipleship, non-violence, Tapestry
The teachings of the Anabaptist church are important to Woodland Hills Church. In this sermon, Greg talks about four of the six distinctive teachings of the Anabaptist movement (next week will cover the last two), and they are still relevant today.
Tagged as events, Q&A, Sermon Series, Tapestry, Theology
Our most recent Q&A was on Tuesday, May 22. We wrapped up the Tapestry series by answering your lingering questions about how Woodland’s beliefs have been formed.
Not that we could ever adequately express our gratitude for all volunteers contribute around here, but here’s a little ditty we used in our services last weekend to say “Thank you friends for all you doooo!”
Tagged as Charismatic, Diversity, Pentecostal, Spiritual gifts, Tapestry
The Charismatic thread helps us understand and delve into how the Holy Spirit works. In this sermon, Greg talks about the life of William Seymour and how the gifts of the Spirit are to be used today, in addition to counter-cultural Charismatic perspectives on race and gender that were a part of the movement from the beginning.
Tagged as children, Dragons, Q&A, Sermons, Theology
You may have noticed at Woodland Hills Church that we’ve been trying to do short Q+A’s after every sermon. Last week, we received a question that we just had to share with the world.