The original goal for our Making Space campaign was $26,000. Find out how close we got to that…
Tagged as fundraiser, Making Space, Media Coverage, News
Greg was recently invited to take part in a short debate about church and politics on Minnesota Public Radio.
Tagged as homelessness, interfaith, Media Coverage
Recently, MinnPost, a Minnesota news web site, published an article exploring the question, What should the role of the faith community be in helping the poor? In the article, they talk about our upcoming interfaith forum on Suburban Homelessness.
Tagged as events, homelessness, interfaith, Media Coverage
On Tuesday, February 8, Woodland Hills is hosting an interfaith conference on Suburban Homelessness. Greg will be the keynote speaker.
In his new book, “Thieves in the Temple: The Christian Church and the Selling of the American Soul, ” author Jeff MacDonald asks the question, how do we practice an authentic faith in a world of consumer-driven congregations? While writing and researching the book, he visited Woodland Hills and interviewed Greg.
Tagged as enemies, imprecatory, Media Coverage, prayer, vengeful
David prays that his enemies would be buried alive (Psa. 55:15) and celebrates the prospect of watching people smash the heads of his enemies’ babies against rocks (Ps. 137:9). We evangelicals certainly want to believe “the whole Bible,” but does this mean we’re required to pray like this?
Tagged as Greg Boyd, July 4th, Media Coverage, patriotism, RELEVANT
Greg wrote an article for the recent issue of RELEVANT magazine called “For (Too Much) Love of Country. Read the full article (and check out the lively discussion in the comments that follow the article) on RELEVANT’s web site.
Tagged as animals, BP, dominion, environment, Media Coverage, oil spill
On April 20 the Deepwater Horizon oil rig in the Gulf of Mexico exploded, killing eleven people and injuring 17 others. It also created an oil leak that has pumped millions of gallons of oil into the water off the Louisiana coast. At the time I’m writing this, some experts are claiming this has the potential to become one of the worst environmental disasters ever.
Tagged as Bruxy Cavey, Greg Boyd, Media Coverage, radio
Greg and Bruxy Cavey (Speaking Pastor of The Meeting House) were recently guests on The Drew Marshall radio show. Among other things, they talked about non-violence and whether Christians should be in the military.
Tagged as Greg Boyd, inauguration, Media Coverage, Rhode Island
On Thursday, April 8, 2010, Greg spoke at the inauguration of the new president of the University of Rhode Island. Although his message ended up going fine, there was a bit of a stir leading up to his speech.