Church history has been painted and made by angry, alpha types. Whether it was governments or church leaders, it seems that we find violent, power-hungry attitudes throughout history. In this sermon, Bruxy Cavey teaches the importance of dealing with the temptation of anger.
Archive for ‘October, 2012’
Tagged as Alpha Types, Anger, Blessed Revolution, Bruxy, Meekness
Tagged as Blessed Revolution, Homosexuality, Marriage Amendment, Mourning, salt and light
God designed us to get all of our life, worth and value from him. But when humanity signed our declaration of independence in the garden, we started to fill our lives with the things of this world. In this sermon, Greg calls us to become dependent on God in ways that might cause us to mourn. Additionally, Greg addresses the marriage amendment vote in Minnesota.
Tagged as Communion, election, events, politics
On November 6, election day, we’re hosting a communion service. Join us to remember and celebrate the only real hope for the world!
Tagged as COFHED, Esperanza Viva, House of Hope, News, Nibakure, Season of Giving
Each fall during our our “Season of Giving” we offer several ways to share our time and resources. This year we’ve partnered with ministries that serve children and young people.
Tagged as Beatitude, Blessed Revolution, Contrast, Disciple, Sermon on the Mount
Jesus commanded his disciples to be the salt and light of this world, but being the salt and light has been misunderstood in many contemporary Christian circles. In this sermon, Greg talks about the purpose of being salt and light, and he calls all of Jesus’ followers to step out of the crowd and become disciples.
During our current connecting series, Blessed Revolution, we’ll be exploring the qualities of a counter-cultural community. Get study guides here…
Tagged as Books, music, Q&A, school
To stay aware of God more, should we only listen to Christian music, send our kids to private Christian schools, and read Christian books?
Tagged as 20 year anniversary, Dependence, History, Pentagon, Pygmy
It is the 20th anniversary of Woodland Hills Church! In this sermon, Greg goes back to the foundations and history of this church, and shows how dependence upon God has been a mainstay of the culture at Woodland Hills Church.
We failed. We launched a church, and we failed. The vision was of a large church, of a thriving congregation out to show people how “church” could be done. But a year and half into it, we made the painful decision to start over…