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Undivided

Oct 17 2010 • Greg Boyd

Love God. Love others. Love yourself. Sounds pretty simple, yet we tend to overcomplicate this concept with our overly stressed, overly busy, overly committed lives. What can be done about this? How can we break the pattern?Our Fall 2010 Adventure Series, Undivided, is about living a life that is whole and unfractured. It’s about simplicity and love and how those two things are connected. It’s about justice and mercy and money and possessions and time and technology and life and death. It’s about helping you open up spaces in your life so that compassion is possible. As it is, most of our lives are too crowded and fractured to care.

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Downloadable Leader Guide

Sermons in this series:


Exorcism

• Greg Boyd

One of the main spiritual strongholds that we deal with is “mine-ing” stuff. We want to acquire stuff, label it as ours and create divisions in our souls that separate us from God. God wants us to heal these divisions by renouncing the false god, Mammon.

Topics: God's Will, Greed, Money, Power, Transformation


Listening to the Kids

• Greg Boyd

Many of us have wounds, stresses, and cares in our lives. Like children, these things cry out to us, wanting us to pay attention. God wants us to listen to these “children” and find healing with God’s help.

Topics: Healing, Imagination, Transformation


Ghost Behind The Wheel

• Greg Boyd

In this first sermon of our Undivided series, Greg explores why we seem to be drawn to the busy life that our culture offers. At the same time, it’s easy for us to forget or ignore the beauty that God wants to develop in our inner world.

Topics: Healing, Simplicity, Transformation


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