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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.

Healing Conversation Frozen

• Greg Boyd

In the game of Freeze Tag, when a person is touched by a member of the opposite team, he or she is “frozen” and cannot move. The only way to be set free is to have a member of your own team touch you. It is similar with the soul. When we are “touched” in some traumatic way, we become frozen. When the soul is touched in a way that God never meant it to be touched

Open Our Eyes, Part 1

• Greg Boyd

If you’re like many of us, you often find prayer to be frustrating and boring. There just isn’t any REALITY to it. Greg talked about how to make your prayer life come alive.

Party Time

• Greg Boyd

Have you ever read the Song of Solomon? Christians have always understood this book to be about the love relationship between God and us. Yet it’s full of romantic language. Greg continued his series on prayer by talking about prayer as romancing the Lord.

Job’s Prayer

• Greg Boyd

How do we pray during a crisis? Do you ever feel like you just want to scream at God? How should we pray with people who are going through traumatic experiences?

Honest to God

• Greg Boyd

Many people feel they have to use a special religious language when they pray to God. They speak in King James English rather than their own common tongue. But people in the Bible talked to God in their common language and spoke to God with raw honesty.

Disciple of Prayer

• Greg Boyd

As Christians, we all believe that prayer is important. But do you ever wonder why prayers matter to God? Does it REALLY make a difference to God whether you pray or not?
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