the deep truth

The Deep Truth

In last weekend’s sermon at Woodland Hills Church, Greg talks about the deep truth of your life that is real, but sometimes difficult to experience as real. How do we live in this deep truth when it’s so hard to feel it?

You can download sermon audio, video and other resources on the Woodland Hills Church website.

Related Reading

The Trap of Religious Idolatry

We live in a world that seems to be full of religious idols. These are beliefs, rituals, and behaviors from which religious people draw life. Religious idolaters of course don’t recognize their idols as such. However, we can try to get “life” from believing the “right” things and acting the “right” way in the same…

Sermon Clip: Tough To Love

Learning how to love the people in our life that we find challenging to deal with is often very difficult. This week in Heart Smart Greg Boyd looks at some biblical examples and instructions on how to love our enemies in the same way we love our friends. Full Sermon Here: http://whchurch.org/sermons-media/sermon/tough-to-love

Sermon: The Salt and Light Revolution

What does it mean to be the salt and light? In Greg’s sermon last weekend, he explores how followers of Jesus can step out of the crowd in ways that bring these good things to the world around us. Visit the Woodland Hills website for this week’s sermon resources.

Sermon Clip: His Song In Our Hearts

Worship is important. However, worship isn’t just about singing. In this sermon clip, Greg introduces the idea of worship and how it’s more than just a sing-along. In the full sermon, Greg shows how worship takes many forms and brings many benefits to the Kingdom.

Lab Rats No More

Is this threat to Christianity something we are completely ok with? In this sermon clip, Greg Boyd asks that very question. In American culture, we are constantly being told to buy products and be discontent with our current situation. Like lab rats, we are constantly stimulated and tested to change our situation. Greg speaks to…

What’s the Purpose of Old Testament Law?

Understanding the law in the Old Testament can prove difficult. For instance, Paul believed that the law is good and holy (Rom 7:12). However, he also said that it only serves to expose and even increase sin (Rom 5:20; 7:5-11). He wanted to carry out the law, but he also found himself unable to do…