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Podcast: Why Is Secular Music So Much Better Than Christian Music?
Greg considers the challenges of Christian music.
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Greg’s new book: Inspired Imperfection
Dan’s new book: Confident Humility
Interview with Drew Marshall
Greg was interviewed by Drew Marshall on Saturday, November 2, on the topic of his new book Benefit of the Doubt, and we thought you might like to listen to what he had to say. You can find the interview here. Enjoy!
Eustace the Dragon at Groundswell Tomorrow
Our friends Eustace the Dragon have been really busy lately developing new material. If you’re in the Twin Cities and want to hear them they’ll be playing as a part of Groundswell Coffee’s Cheer and Beer event. There’s a $5 cover, but don’t let that stop you. It’s going to be a blast. And if you…
The Missing Jesus
Jonathan Martin wrote this compelling blog on the missing Jesus last month. It’s a thoughtful reflection on how easy it is to put Jesus in a box that conforms to our political, religious or social agenda. But the real Jesus is not an idea; he’s a person. And he’s a person who is constantly breaking…
Podcast: Is Yoga an Acceptable Christian Practice?
Greg discusses the risks and benefits of many popular practices such as yoga and mindfulness. http://traffic.libsyn.com/askgregboyd/Episode_0183.mp3
Did you know that ReKnew sends out an electronic newsletter every month that features an original video message and book recommendations from Greg as well as top posts and video from the previous month, testimonies, upcoming events, and a resurrected article that’s just too good to not revisit? Yep. If you’d like to subscribe, scroll to the…
Lighten Up: A Parody about Church Signs
Ever had a problem with cheesy church signs? If so, watch this and have a good belly laugh. Don’t worry, no vile words found here. It’s a parody after all.