Matthew Rose is a Wesleyan Pastor in Western New York State who is a close follower of ReKnew. He blogs here. Matthew wrote the following article this past April, and we’d like to share it in its entirety.
This morning I … read more
In this sermon clip, Mark Moore talks about how God interrupts Abrahams life by asking him to have huge faith. In week two of The Forest In The Trees, Woodland Hills takes a look at the early history of the … read more
We had such a great time this weekend at the Faith, Doubt & the Idol of Certainty conference. People came from all over the United States and it was good to get a chance to connect. We’re more convinced than … read more
We shared an interview that Frank Viola did with Greg yesterday, and we’re thrilled to share an interview that Rachel Held Evans posted today. Rachel is very familiar with the resistance and criticism that comes when dearly held beliefs are … read more
Our friend Roger Olson wrote a great article on placing Jesus first when constructing a statement of faith. It might seem like a small thing, but it deeply matters what we place as primary in … read more
Ever wonder why God isn’t more clear and obvious? Here’s Greg’s take on that question.… read more
Micah J. Murray shared the story of how his doubts and loss of faith led him to a truer, deeper faith. While we fear the doubts that sometimes sneak in, sometimes those doubts lead us to … read more
Stephen Mattson is a follower of ReKnew and a member of Woodland Hills Church who posted a piece on Sojourners titled Christians: It’s NOT a Sin to Change Your Beliefs. He points out that doubt and questions are a natural … read more
Does Greg believe that everyone goes to Heaven regardless of their beliefs? Find out here.
In this unique sermon clip, Greg Boyd explains to us his “Theory of OZ” based on the movie Wizard of Oz. In the movie Wizard of Oz, the characters are all looking for something they think they need. As Christians, … read more
We’re really excited that Greg’s upcoming book, Benefit of the Doubt: Breaking the Idol of Certainty is available for preorder on Amazon. Here’s the description from the publisher:
In Benefit of the Doubt, influential theologian, pastor, and bestselling author
We decided to change the title of this series to better reflect it’s content. Hope that’s not confusing. Greg continues his thoughts here on hearing when God speaks to us and being willing to respond even when we’re not completely … read more
Here’s a post from a year ago from Elizabeth Esther on What NOT to say to someone struggling with their faith. Historically, the church has been a very unsafe place for people expressing doubts or … read more