Sermon: Keeping the Valve Open
In this short sermon clip, Greg Boyd talks about Paul’s writings on getting our reality to line up with what God says is real. The full sermon discusses how God’s design for creation is beautiful. But, sometimes, we don’t follow God’s design for our life. In this sermon, Greg and Vanessa Williams address the battlefield in our mind and how to keep God’s goodness flowing to us. In addition, Greg gives a Kingdom response to the Boston Marathon bombings.
You can view the full sermon on the Woodland Hills sermon resource page.
To begin the series on emotional intelligence and the roles this plays in our relationships, Greg Boyd introduces the foundational teaching of the entire series. Here’s a hint, it’s LOVE. In the full sermon, Greg takes a look at the role Jesus plays in our relationships and the importance of letting Christ be the source…
Last weekend, Greg preached a sermon on what it means to function as the body of Christ. You can visit the Woodland Hills Church website to download audio or video as well as presentation slides. We hope you’ll enjoy this call to serve one another the way Christ has called us to serve.
Greg talks about his philosophy of preaching, specifically his preferences between expository and topical preaching. http://traffic.libsyn.com/askgregboyd/Episode_0043.mp3
We got busy and didn’t get a chance to post Greg’s sermon from his ongoing series last week so here’s our catch up post. Enjoy! If you’d like to watch the sermons in their entirety, you can find them on the Woodland Hills Church sermon page.
Through Christ, God fulfills all his promises, and by yielding to him and giving up control, we can set ourselves free. Full Sermon here: http://whchurch.org/sermons-media/sermon/keeping-christmas
The most basic and yet most profound teaching of the Bible is that “God is love” (1 Jn 4:8; 16). He is revealed to be a God who is triune—Father, Son and Holy Spirit (See Mt 3:16; 28:19, Jn 14:26; 15:26)—who’s very essence is an eternal, loving relationship. He created the world out of love…