Creating God in Our Own Image

How have we created God in our own image? In this short video produced by The Work of the People, Greg reflects on various ways that humans typically think about God in terms of power, and how Jesus reframes the nature of power. The Christian revelation of God is the opposite of what we most often imagine that a god should look like. We end up creating God in our own image instead of letting Jesus show us the nature of God.

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Tonight at 8:30pm Greg’s band NDY (Not Dead Yet) will be playing at O’Gara’s party room “The Shanty” in St. Paul. The gig will benefit Kòt a Kòt, a non-profit that helps at-risk young women in Haiti, so there’s a suggested donation of $10 at the door. We hope as many of you as possible in the…

Getting Honest about the Dark Side of the Bible

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Video Q&A: Do you think Jehovah’s Witnesses and Mormons are saved?

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Podcast: Does a Jesus-Centric Theology Reduce God?

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God is Different Than You Think

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A Restless Heart

What is the “good news” of the Gospel? How can we find rest in Jesus? Here’s another video from The Work of the People that examines these questions.