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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.

To Have Or Not To Have

• Greg Boyd

Greg was careful to be clear that his challenge was primarily to those in the lower middle class of America and higher. However the principles apply to all of us: Don’t hoard the things of this world, but rather share generously with those who have less than we do.

Topics: Generosity, Pain & Suffering, Poverty

God’s Heart For The Poor

• Greg Boyd

We know that we are saved by God’s grace, not our own good deeds—but God still intends that we do good deeds. In fact, God saved us so that we can be restored to right relationship with God and all of creation. This restored relationship includes the activity (good works) that God has planned for each one of us.

Topics: Poverty, Reconciliation, Spiritual Warfare

Seeing What God Sees

• Greg Boyd

When we ask the simple question, “What does the Lord require?” we get a clear answer from Scripture. There are many passages we could turn to for a response, but one of the most concise is Micah 6:8. Act justly, love mercy and walk humbly with God.

Topics: Humility, Judgment, Poverty

Celebrate God

• Greg Boyd

We see many examples of celebration in the Bible. By reading through these verses we can learn a lot about what celebration is and how it was done during biblical times. [Focus Scripture: Psalms 66:8]

Topics: Reconciliation, Worship

Praise & Celebrate

• Greg Boyd

Greg reminded us of the importance of worship, praise and celebration. We sometimes tend to collapse all three of these words together and associate it with the singing portion of a church service, but there’s much more to it that that.

Topics: Sacrifice, Worship

Turning Jesus Over to Caesar

• Greg Boyd

Jesus was being set up by some schemers who were trying to trap Jesus. They asked him whether or not Jews should pay taxes to Caesar or not. His answer undermined the game the schemers were playing and will challenge the way we relate to our own government.

Topics: Kingdom of God, Nationalism

The Stone The Builders Rejected

• Greg Boyd

By telling a parable Jesus prophesied that he would be rejected and killed. Nevertheless, he also claimed he would be the cornerstone for the coming Kingdom of God. This was shocking to his followers and enraged the religious leaders of the time.

Topics: Discipleship, Kingdom of God

Forgiveness Is Personal

• Rob Bell

Rob spoke about forgiveness and one common challenge to it—revenge. When someone hurts us and we turn to revenge, we are essentially saying that we don’t like the way God is running the universe.

Topics: Forgiveness, Justice

God Must Be Angry

• Greg Boyd

Our guest speaker could only speak on Sunday, so Greg used the Saturday night service to host a Q&A centered around the recently debated concept that God might be behind the natural disasters in the world...as well as other questions from the congregation.

Topics: Controversial Issues, God's Will

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– Dale and Patricia, from California