Sermon Clip: Love: It’s All About the Cross

Sermon Clip: Love: It’s All About the Cross

In this sermon clip, Greg Boyd talks about how Colossians 3:14 and the definition of love. God designed creation so that we would live in community with God and express God’s love towards each other and creation. However, sin disconnected us from God. In this sermon, Greg shows how we were created in the image of God to love others and creation and shows us how to reconnect with God.

You can view the full sermon as well as other resources on the Woodland Hills Church sermon page.

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