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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.

Good Trouble

• Greg Boyd

As we celebrate MLK day, we not only remember the sacrifices and initiatives of those who led the civil rights movement, we recognize how the teachings and actions of Jesus—which ultimately led him to the cross—manifest what John Lewis called “Good Trouble.”

Doubling Down

• Greg Boyd

This short sermon and panel discussion challenge us to respond to God’s call to offer ourselves totally and completely to God by embracing spiritual disciplines that will shape our lives.

Topics: Community, Discipleship, Prayer


The Multiplication of the Church

• Bruxy Cavey

In this sermon, Bruxy Cavey talks about what it means for God’s light to shine through the body of Christ in the midst of the world. We are to witness to the world what God has done in our life and wants to do in the world. This is the first sermon in a three-part series on what it means practically to be salt and light in our world.

Topics: Disciplines, Faithfulness


For God So Loved You

• Greg Boyd

Jesus was born and we celebrate this fact because God loved the entire world. We also celebrate Christmas because God loves each one of us in a specific way. God so loves the world and God so loves you individually that he sent his son. It’s WH tradition to share a story with coloring pages for kids on Christmas Eve. This year we hear about Jack the donkey’s special journey in The Promised Star. Download coloring pages for your kids (or yourself!) at the link below!

Topics: Christmas, Love


For the Joy Set Before Us

• Greg Boyd

How do we experience joy in the midst of struggle and suffering? Jesus and the early church provide a model for such joy, a kind of joy that does not ignore the reality of the difficulties that we face, but that gives us the ability to see beyond those circumstances to embrace the promise that God is making all things right.

Topics: Christmas, Joy


People of the Plot Twist

• Osheta Moore

The story of the encounter between Mary the mother of Jesus and Elizabeth the mother of John the Baptist offers a model for how we can bring peace in the midst of conflict. A plot twist that shifts the narrative from animosity to blessing. In this sermon, Osheta visits this story.

Topics: End Times, Hope, Resurrection


Participating In Hope

• Greg Boyd

When Jesus was presented at the temple as a baby, Simeon saw the fulfillment of his hope for salvation. This weekend's sermon explores the nature of that hope, and challenges the common view that our hope is for an escape from the world.

Topics: End Times, Hope, Resurrection


Neon Sheep

• Dan Kent

This sermon asks what it means for God’s people to be salt and light in practical terms. Dan proposes three practical ways that we can move toward and embrace this call of God upon our lives.

Topics: Discipleship, Kingdom of God


A City On a Hill

• Greg Boyd

Jesus said that God’s people are a city on a hill, a blessed people who are called to be a blessing to others, giving forth light and hope. What does this mean in an Old Testament context, one that lies behind the words of Jesus? And what does this mean for us today?

Topics: Hope, Salvation


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