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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.

New Wineskins and a New Song

• Greg Boyd

Sometimes being stuck in religious traditions can cause us to miss what God is really doing. This is the problem the Pharisees had throughout the Gospels. Their rules didn't allow for God to do radical new things, the kinds of things Jesus did. They had tried to put God in a box, but the Spirit can't be contained like that.

Taming Your Beastly Nature

• Greg Boyd

If you are not intentional about controlling what goes into your mind, you need to know that there are forces out there that are very intentional about what they are putting in your mind! Greg concluded this inspiring series on Transformation: “The power to change your life!”

Fruits of Kindness and Goodness

• Greg Boyd

The Bible teaches that “kindness” and “gentleness” are fruits of the Spirit that Christians are to reflect. How does God develop “kindness” and “gentleness” in the lives of his people?

Hurry Up and Wait

• Greg Boyd

Anger is often rooted in a tragic experience you have had in your life. God wants to see you free from the effects of that event.

The Joy of Life

• Greg Boyd

The Bible tells us that we become what we see. God created us that way because he wanted us to look at him and become like him. That works against us in this fallen world.

Improving Your Love Life

• Greg Boyd

To deal effectively with a problem, you must get to the root of the problem, and not just address the symptoms of the problem. In our lives, behavior is the symptom, and “the flesh” is the root.

The Heart of the Matter

• Greg Boyd

To address a problem, you've got to get to the heart of a problem rather than just focusing on the symptoms of the problem.

Learning to Walk

• Greg Boyd

Romans 7:4 tells us that we must die to the law if we are to bear fruit to God. As Christians we don't follow the law as the Old Testament defines it, but we often follow the law in another way. That is, the approach we take to changing bad habits in our lives is to manipulate behavior.
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