Sermons

In addition to sermon audio and video files, many of our sermons have other resources available, like Focus Scripture, Extended Summary, Sermon Homework and more. Our archive dates back to 1992 and all resources are free to download and distribute. Most sermons are by our Senior Pastor, Greg Boyd.

Below are our most recent sermons. You may also check out our archive using the links at the above left.

Mixtape: John 16:5-1508/02/15

  • Speaker – Greg Boyd
     
  • Topics – Holy Spirit, Trinity, Transformation
  • Early Church fathers said that every movement of God toward us begins with the Father, comes through the Son, and is accomplished in the Holy Spirit, while every genuine movement of humans toward God originates in the Holy Spirit, and goes through the Son to the Father. So if God’s movement toward us is accomplished in the Holy Spirit, and if our genuine moves toward God originate in the Holy Spirit, then we need this Spirit! Today we learn more about the Holy Spirit, and why Jesus left the earth so the Holy Spirit could come and fill it – and us – with God’s love!

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Mixtape: Colossians 3:1-1407/26/15

  • Speaker – Seth McCoy
     
  • Topics – Baptism, Forgiveness, Kingdom of God
  • The upcoming Mixed Tape series will be a collection of scripture passages that have moved and inspired the body of Christ over the centuries. In this first message of the series, Seth takes a look at Colossians 3:1-14 and what it means to get our life from being hidden in Christ. We also take a look at our role of choosing to die to the old way of living and not letting it pollute our current reality.

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Twisted Scripture: Genesis 6:1-707/19/15

  • Speaker – Greg Boyd
     
  • Topics – Controversial Issues, Identity in Christ, Temptation
  • Greg Boyd finishes our Twisted Scripture series by delving into the passage in Genesis 6:1-7 on the issue of the Nephilim. This controversial passage deals with the creation of hybrid beings, the Nephilim, that are the offspring of fallen angels and daughters of humans. This passage has led to many distracting theories and conspiracies that have served to move us away from the tasks of the Kingdom of God. Our job, as Kingdom people, is to stay vigilant to all the ways the principalities and powers of this fallen world are constantly trying to spiritual engineer the Kingdom and our identity in Christ out of this world.  We need to fix our eyes on Jesus and be careful of this temptation to slowly lose our Kingdom calling.

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Twisted Scripture: Matthew 6:14-1507/12/15

  • Speaker – Brianna Millett
     
  • Topics – Forgiveness, Relationships, Salvation
  • Today Brianna explores the concept of forgiveness that is so central to the Kingdom. Is it a condition of God's forgiveness of us? Or is his forgiveness unconditional no matter what? And if his love is unconditional, does that mean it doesn't matter whether we forgive others or not?

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Twisted Scripture: Psalm 78:1-707/05/15

  • Speaker – Seth McCoy
     
  • Topics – Community, Evangelism, Faith
  • The Kingdom of God grows through witness and repentance, not by childbirth. The direction of people’s journeys through life hinges on whether or not someone is willing to tell them about what God has done. Are you telling others what God has done in your life?

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Twisted Scripture: Joshua 14:906/28/15

  • Speaker – Greg Boyd
     
  • Topics – Controversial Issues, Politics, Nationalism
  • Most evangelicals believe that God said the nation of Israel will exist forever, therefore its national and political boundaries must be fully restored before Jesus returns. But what if the “Israel” that the Bible refers to in this context is not a specific nation with geographical boundaries, but all who are the people of God?

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Twisted Scripture: Matthew 26:1106/21/15

  • Speaker – Greg Boyd
     
  • Topics – Poverty, Reconciliation, Justice
  • In this fourth week of Twisted Scripture, Greg takes a look at Matthew 26:11, and what it means to "always have the poor with you."

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