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Sermon Clip: Marshmallow Advent
In last weekend’s sermon, Greg tells us about Dietrich Bonhoeffer’s writings on advent, and how getting in touch with our emptiness through silence and solitude can lead to peace. This short clip explains advent and the advantages of delayed gratification. You can download the entire sermon as well as other sermon resources by visiting the Woodland Hills Church sermon page.
Category: Sermons and Video Clips
Tags: Advent, Christmas, Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Greg Boyd, ReKnew, Sermons, Woodland Hills Church
Lighten Up: Greg’s Crazy Drumming Face
Hope you can join us to check out this face in person! $10 suggested donation benefits Haiti missions. May 15 2015, 8:00PM to midnight at The Dugout Bar, 96 Mahtomedi Ave, Mahtomedi, MN
Sermon Clip: Seeking Shalom
In this sermon clip, Greg Boyd shows how the Anabaptists seek after shalom in every part of their lives. All of us seek for peace in our lives, but peace is just a small part of God’s shalom. Shalom is right relatedness between us and God, each other, and creation. You can view the entire…
Lighten Up: To and ‘Fro
Yep, that’s Greg on the right when he was a teenager. And the ‘fro is legit. No perms for this guy. Note from the editor: I once cut Greg’s hair when I was 14 years old and he was 17 years old and sporting this perm. He ended up with bald spots all over his…
Greg and Bruxy Pulpit Swap
Greg Boyd and Bruxy Cavey swapped pulpits last weekend. Here are a couple of clips to give you an idea of what each of them offered. You can access the full sermons here and here.
The Cross in the Manger
There has been a strand within the Western theological tradition—one that is especially prevalent in contemporary American Evangelicalism—that construes the significance of the cross in strictly soteriological terms. The cross is central, in this view, but only in the sense that the reason Jesus came to earth was to pay the price for our sin…
A Word From Greg
Heh peeps, the ReKnew Team had an AWESOME weekend hanging out together and dreaming big dreams about how God wants to use this ministry to further his will. I am SO blessed to be surrounded by some super-smart, super-creative and super-visionary folks! The ReKnew Team as well as the leadership of Woodland Hills Church really…