Sermon Clip: His Song In Our Hearts

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.

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Tribalism

Sandra Unger spoke for Greg while he was on vacation the week after the 4th. In this clip, Sandra explains whats tribes are and how that creates unintended separation between people. In the full sermon, she speaks about what it means to be part of the Jesus Tribe. She discusses the reasons people are prone to…

Podcast: What is the Role of the Sermon in the Church?

Welcome to “The Preacher’s Minute!” Greg talks about what he thinks the role (and the goal) of a sermon should be in a church. http://traffic.libsyn.com/askgregboyd/Episode_0190.mp3

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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: Letter to Henry

We usually share a short clip from Greg’s sermons here, but we decided that a clip just won’t do this week. This last weekend Greg preached about the life and death of Henry and what it does and does not say about God. You can listen to the sermon and download other resources over at…

Sermon Clip: God Doesn’t Speak Gibberish

This week we finish our short series on the spiritual gifts today with a sermon discussing the gift of tongues and the interpretation of tongues. As the most controversial of the gifts, we will correct false beliefs and discover the Scriptural truths and blessing that come from speaking in tongues. Full sermon here: http://whchurch.org/sermons-media/sermon/god-doesnt-speak-gibberish

When We Talk Politics

In this clip, Greg identifies a source of much of the conflict we experience in our conversations about politics, or other important topics. He does this by introducing the phrase, “your map is not the territory.”  Your brain assembles and interprets the sensations you experience and forms maps of the world based upon those experiences.…