We wrapped up our Sure. sermon series with a Q&A hosted by Greg Boyd and Paul Eddy. The audio and video media files contain questions and answers from all three of our services on March 24/25, 2018.
Topics: Controversial Issues, Defense of Christian Faith, Faith
To finish our Cross Centered sermon series we held a Q&A night on Sunday, April 9th. It was hosted by Greg Boyd, Dennis Edwards and Bruxy Cavey. It was a Q&A on the topics relating to Cross Centered, and to Greg’s new book, Crucifixion of the Warrior God.
Topics: Interpreting OT through the lens of the Cross
We wrapped up our summer God In Us sermon series with a Q&A night on Tuesday, August 30. It was hosted by Greg Boyd, our senior pastor, and Paul Eddy, our teaching pastor. It was a Q&A on the Holy Spirit and spiritual gifts.
Topics: Disciplines, Holy Spirit, Spiritual Gifts
We held a Q&A night to wrap up our Flesh and Blood sermon series. In the final sermon of that series we examined how racial reconciliation is a vital part of the gospel message. To further discuss this we asked Dennis Edwards, the Senior Pastor of Sanctuary Covenant Church, to join Greg for this Q&A on a Jesus-way of addressing racial issues within the church.
Topics: Controversial Issues, Politics, Poverty, Reconciliation
We held a Q&A night to wrap up our Kindred sermon series on Tuesday, April 17, 2013. Woodland Hills recently started moving in a direction toward Anabaptism and this series was a way to unpack what that meant for us as a church and to educate those that attend here about the history of the tradition. Once the series was over, people brought any further questions to this Q&A night. The total length of the file is about an hour and a half.
We held a Q&A night to wrap up our Tapestry sermon series on Tuesday, May 22, 2012. During the teaching portion of the evening, Paul and Greg provided a review of the Christian threads covered during the series – Protestant, Pietistic, Charismatic and Anabaptist – and also unpacked how our beliefs have been influenced by the Catholic and Eastern Orthodox Churches. Then they opened it up for questions about the series and how Woodland's values and theology have been shaped by various church traditions.
Our Heaven, Hell and the Resurrection Q&A with Greg and Paul was on Tuesday, June 7, 2011. Since the release of Love Wins by Rob Bell, there has been a lot of discussion about heaven and hell (especially in Christian circles). They thought it would be fun – and helpful – to unpack some different perspectives about the topics.
*HUGE thanks to Sarah Burkett for putting together the transcriptions for this Q&A!Presentation Video
Topics: End Times, Heaven, Hell, Resurrection
Our Wrath and Love Q&A with Greg and Paul was on Tuesday, May 11, 2010. Greg and Paul attempted to reconcile the violence of the Old Testament with a loving God.Presentation Video
Topics: Interpreting OT through the lens of the Cross
Following Jesus involves serving and relating to those living in poverty. There are more than 400 passages in the Bible (spanning over 3000 verses!) that make this point, yet this aspect of being a Christ follower is not often highlighted. Adding to the complexity is the fact that many of us do not live in proximity to people who are poor or do not know how to engage with this community. In conjunction with our Compassion by Command series, the Ultimate Compassion conference helps equip you, whatever your economic status, to have relationships with and serve others across socio-economic lines. The conference uses scriptures, stories and statistics to help you understand the impact of poverty and decide how to respond.Not Against Flesh and Blood
Greg Boyd & Sandra Unger | 1:36:17
Audio | VideoA Church of Compassion
Jin Kim | 1:12:03
Audio | VideoCompassion and Calling
Efrem Smith | 1:12:04
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On April 21, 2009, Greg and Paul answered questions on Imaginative Prayer. The Q&A was in conjunction with our Animate sermon series.A video playlist of the Q&A can be found on YouTube here.Presentation Audio
Topics: Faith, Imagination, Prayer, Presence of God
Have you ever wrestled with questions about Christianity or do you know someone who might be? During 4 nights in January-February 2009, Greg shared a defense of the Christian faith and hosted a Q&A based on his best-selling book Letters from a Skeptic.Week 1 Presentation - Video | Audio
Week 1 Q&A - Video | AudioWeek 2 Presentation - Video | Audio
Week 2 Q&A - Video | AudioWeek 3 Presentation - Video | Audio
Week 3 Q&A - Video | AudioWeek 4 Presentation - Video | Audio
Week 4 Q&A - Video | Audio
Topics: Defense of Christian Faith, Problem of Evil
On October 14, 2008, Greg and Paul tackled every question thrown at them at our Free For All Q&A.Presentation
Topics: Controversial Issues, Defense of Christian Faith, End Times, Evangelism, Heaven, Hell, Prayer
What's the deal with that Eckhart Tolle book, The New Earth? Is everything from the New Age movement bad? Can Christians practice yoga? Greg and Paul tackled these questions and more in June of 2008 at our New Age Q&A.Presentation
Topics: Controversial Issues
Is prayer really that important? Does it really play a purpose in the grand scheme of things? Why does it seem like some prayers work while others don’t give us the results we want? If our prayers don’t seem to work, who is to blame? Greg and Paul tackle these and other questions during our Prayer Q&A from February 24, 2008.PresentationAudience Q&A
In July of 2007, Greg did a short sermon series on spiritual warfare that concluded with a Q&A during our weekend services. Unfortunately, time ran out with many good questions left! This Q&A from December 2, 2007 continues the conversation with Greg, Paul Eddy (our Teaching Pastor) and Woodland Hills local missionary, Phil Friesen. The Q&A focused on spiritual warfare and related topics, including the issue of physical warfare and violence in the Old Testament.Presentation | Audience Q&A
Topics: Spiritual Warfare
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