Sep 24 2017 • Bruxy Cavey, David Morrow, Greg Boyd, Sandra Unger
We’re all headed somewhere. And with each daily decision, our lives reflect the choices that we’ve made. Our decisions solidify our character, and our character shapes our life’s destiny. During our Course Corrections sermon series, we’ll take a look at how we make decisions every day about things like relationships, money, social media and entertainment. Each of these daily decisions can seem small, but how we respond can help us become the people of God that we all hope for.
Sermons in this series:
Today's sermon focuses on a strategy from Philippians 2:3-8 that demonstrates a kingdom way to engage with other people during conflict: remembering that our "map" (our brain's interpretation of sensory input) is an incomplete representation of reality, and to step into and seek to understand the other person's "map".
Topics: Conflict, Humility, Politics, Relationships
Most Americans define themselves as distinctly unhappy. Why is that and what can be done about it? Is there really a “secret" to happiness? This week in our series Course Corrections, Greg explores one small tweak that may have the biggest impact in our lives – gratitude.
Topics: Disciplines, Gratitude, Joy, Transformation
Like a GPS, sometimes the Holy Spirit redirects our path to bring greater adventure and blessing. In celebration of Woodland Hills’ 25th anniversary Greg explores the ways the Holy Spirit has redirected the path of Woodland Hills, and what course correction means for followers of Christ.
Topics: Calling, Holy Spirit
We are starting a new series entitled Course Corrections. In this first installment our guest speaker Bruxy Cavey lays the groundwork in examining how internalizing the gospel message actually affects our lives. In the past century the gospel has often times been minimized as a ticket out of here, instead of an example to be imitated of how we actually live in the here and now. As Bruxy said, “the gospel is not just a message that saves people, it is the message that saved people live by.”
Topics: Calling, Evangelism, Heaven, Kingdom of God