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Recent Sermons

In addition to sermon audio and video files, many of our sermons have other resources available like extended summaries and study guides. Our archive dates back to 1992 and all resources are free to download and distribute. Most sermons are by our Senior Pastor, Greg Boyd.

Peace Makers

• Greg Boyd

Our peace of mind must be based on God's passionate love for us, not on the state of the world around us. We must receive that unconditional peace (which only comes from God) before we can become peacemakers. We must experience the fact that the world can't give us peace, only Jesus can.

The Prince of Peace

• Greg Boyd

We were created with a need for unconditional love. To the degree that we don't receive it, we die.

Taking Down the Walls

• Greg Boyd

In our society there is a deepening divide between the races. Participation in hate groups is growing by leaps and bounds. One group elevates itself and puts down all others. From the beginning, God has hated racism.

The Age of Rage

• Greg Boyd

Jesus was born into a “jungle,” a world that was (and is) a war zone between the forces of good and the forces of evil.

Building Quality Time

• Greg Boyd

There seems to be less time available for important things now days. But love cannot be rushed. Relationships are built by taking time for each other.

Building Positive Discipline

• Greg Boyd

How does God discipline his children? What does his discipline look like in our lives? What is his motivation in disciplining us? How and when should we discipline our children?


• Greg Boyd

Capitalism has proven to be the most successful economic force in the world. The factors in that success are a mix of good and evil.

Feel Goodism

• Greg Boyd

The idea that what you think largely determines your behavior is in fact a Biblical concept. The modern self-esteem movement teaches this also, but not in a Biblical context.

You Only Go Around Once

• Greg Boyd

Reincarnation is gaining popularity in our society. Many people believe that the only fair way to explain the universe is that each person has an unlimited number of lifetimes to attain perfection.

New Age Conclusion

• Greg Boyd

Another basic teaching of the New Age movement is that of moral relativism. This is the belief that there are no hard and fast rules about right and wrong.
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