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Podrishioner Profile: Chris, Denise and Rachel

Both Rachel and her dad discovered Woodland through Greg’s books. Chris says, “What I like about WH is the stance on simply loving others and social justice, as well as openness to questions. It’s good to hear other ideas.” Rachel agreed, saying, “Woodland has answered questions I’ve had for so long and kept me spiritually healthy during a difficult time.” Read More 


Podrishioner Profile: Emily & Andy Wagner

Since the COVID shut down began in March, the Wagners from Pennsylvania have been watching Woodland’s sermons every Sunday morning with their young sons Charlie and Drew. Charlie’s still a baby, so he drinks his breakfast during church, while Drew (7) plays with Legos and asks a lot of questions. Sometimes his questions extend past Sunday’s live stream into the next week. Emily and Andy are very open to exploring these questions because their families encouraged them to seek out truth when they were young. Read More 


Eyes in the Waiting

2020 – what a year. It has been a year of change and adaptation, of distance and longing, of learning new things and facing ancient sins, of divided families and online opinions, of increased fear and decreased celebrations, of tough conversations and life-changing decisions. It’s been a year like no other.

Yet, at the same time, this year is really nothing new. Read More 


Local Listener: Pam Taylor

Pam wouldn’t necessarily describe herself as a risk-taker. She says, “It’s actually extremely difficult for me to make the effort to do things that are out of my comfort zone.”  But this Fall, she threw caution to the wind and checked off something very daring from her Bucket List: skydiving. Read More 


Simple Pleasures

It’s a bit of an understatement to say Summer was a bummer. Now that Fall’s here, days are shorter, nights are longer and many of us are feeling the  unpleasant fog of 2020 even more. We might feel “down in the mouth,” even if our frowns are hidden behind patterned masks. The weight of the world is pretty heavy these days as the news regularly reminds us. Though it’s good to be mindful and globally aware, it’s also healthy to take a break every now and then. Dwelling on darkness too long can send us spiraling into despair.  Read More 


Local Listener: Justin Kay

Justin was not raised with religion, so his world was rocked when he first came to understand God’s character. Around 2006, he was open to believing in a higher power, but had no understanding of God or the Bible. Later on, in an AA meeting he was invited to a service at Woodland by his friend, Kevin. He remembers feeling welcomed and experiencing church in a completely different way than ever before. Read More 


Finding Connection

As we continue to seek community and stay safe in the current pandemic, Gathering Groups are a great way to engage weekly with others from our church. Individuals from all over the world are finding comfort through our virtual sermon discussions and discovering new ways to live in God’s love. Read More 


Podrishioner Profile: Matt & Christina

Matt and Christina are podrishioners in Dallas, Texas. Matt first became acquainted with Woodland Hills when he heard Greg discuss American politics on a YouTube debate. Prior to COVID-19, Matt had been listening to WH podcasts and sharing them with his wife. Now they enjoy viewing the livestream together, especially the occasional Q&As. Read More 


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