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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 feels a sense of urgency about spreading the Good News of a Jesus-looking God and a Jesus-looking kingdom. There is a very well-organized and well-funded movement out there that is aggressively putting forth a (to be frank) ugly, unloving, omni-controlling picture of God and an ugly, triumphalist picture of the Kingdom — neither of which look anything like the self-sacrificial God & kingdom that we find in Jesus. It’s time for those who have been captivated by the beauty of the true God revealed in Jesus to work-together to proclaim this vision!
Please keep ReKnew as well as Woodland Hills Church in prayer. And pray about how God wants to use YOU in this movement.
Stay tuned to ReKnew.org and whchurch.org. Good things are coming! A Jesus-looking movement is already on the rise! Join it!
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…
When Our Images of God are Faulty
I’m fleshing out the third proclamation of the ReKnew Manifesto, which challenges us to rethink our conception of God. In the previous post I noted that, since our relationship with God is mediated through our mental picture of him, our image completely determines how we feel about God and what our relationship with him will…
Sermon: Diaper Power
In this short clip from Greg Boyd’s Sermon Diaper Power, he introduces the theme of the sermon where talks about how the poverty of the manger exemplified the power of God. In this sermon, Greg shows that God really is like the baby swaddled in clothes in the manger. The kind of power that God…
Lighten Up: When he thinks no one will see it…
I guess Greg’s editor doesn’t follow his instructions very well. :) Greg is a great theologian and apologist but he’s not the most brilliant when it comes to technology.
Christmas Greeting from Greg
Blessings and God’s peace to all of you from all of us at ReKnew.
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