ReKnew Update I

Greg shares an update on the ReKnew fundraiser. Hope you’ll consider joining this Kingdom movement!

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Welcome to ReKnew!

Thanks for visiting ReKnew.org! We’re delighted you came to check us out!

I and the team of people who helped launch this ministry are incredibly excited about the vision God has given us for ReKnew. We believe God has huge plans in store not only for this website, but for this ministry as a whole. It’s our hope and prayer that you will be impacted by this ministry and inspired to join us as we seek to advance the beautiful, peculiar, Jesus-looking kingdom of God.

Let me introduce you to ReKnew by sharing with you why we exist.

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Sermon Clip: Keeping Christmas

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

Welcome to the New ReKnew!

Say hello to the new and much-improved ReKnew website! Not only have we upgraded the look, feel, and functionality of our site (e.g. our new search engine frankly rocks!), we’ve added – and will continue to add – new content. For example, because I am frequently asked what books I’d recommend on various topics, I…

Video Q&A: Is One’s Eternal Destiny Fixed at Death?

Does God continue to work with people after death? Is one’s eternal destiny fixed at death? Is the work of sanctification irrelevant? Here Greg shares his views on what happens when we die.

Jesus and those “Other People”

Adele Booysen via Compfight Nicky Marshall is the husband of one wife (Raquel), father or two boys (Nathan and Elijah) and serves as assistant pastor at The Living Room Church in Barbados. Nicky is also an Artist and Surfer. He blogs here. “This is Ferozah”. I instinctively stuck my hand out to greet a smiling Muslim…

On Suffering and God’s Goodness

Hani Amir via Compfight Seth Haines wrote a guest post on Tanya Marlow’s blog called The Overcoming Kingdom.  He reflects on his young son’s illness and the questions it provoked in him, and the hope he came to in the process. Real suffering challenges our easy answers and drives us to Jesus in a way that…