What is Square 1?



A New Transformational Coaching Experience

For people who have lost it all and are looking for a way to start again.

Limited to 12 students per course. 

This 90-Day, 13 week-long program is designed to provide practical tools for those who have deconstructed their Christian faith. 

About The Instructor
 Keith Giles is a former pastor who left the pulpit over 12 years ago to start a house church where 100% of the offering went to help the poor in the community. Today he is the author of several best-selling books, including "Jesus Unbound: Liberating the Word of God from the Bible", and co-host of the Heretic Happy Hour Podcast. 

About Square One
Topics covered in this 13 week course will include:
  *The 6 pillars of deconstruction
 *Finding new foundations for reconstruction
 *Detoxing from my detox
 *Forgiveness and letting go
 *Practical grace
 *Rewiring my brain
 *Finding my new tribe
 *Experiencing spiritual reality
 *The power of community
 *How being grateful changes us
 *Rebuilding my faith
 *Finding hope for tomorrow
 *And more!
 
This course will include:
 *Weekly video lectures [x12]
 *Weekly hour-long live video conference sessions [x13]
 *Downloadable resources including PDFs, e-books and hand-outs
 *Monthly one-on-one sessions with the instructor [x3]

All for just $50 per week.

Are you ready to start reconstructing your faith and healing after the pain of deconstruction? If so, please join me for the next 3 months for a journey that will take us from Deconstruction to Reconstruction.

I'll meet you at Square One.
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What People Are Saying

If you’re in the process of rethinking your faith, perhaps you should consider this intriguing course.
Greg Boyd, author of "The Myth Of A Christian Nation"
Knowing Keith Giles, this could be super (re)constructive! 
Brad Jersak, author of “Her Gates Will Never Be Shut” and "A More Christlike Way"
Keith Giles has put together a new transformational coaching experience for those who want to reconstruct their faith with wisdom, compassion, and integrity. He is a remarkable guy! If you're looking for someone to come alongside you on your journey, this may be for you! 
Mark G. Karris, author of “Divine Echoes”
For those of you who are either deconstructing and / or reconstructing your faith in order to separate your faith from the institutional church model and all the man-made traditions that go with it, my buddy Keith has created a training course which might interest you guys. Check it out!
Richard Jacobson, author of "Unchurching"
Deconstruction is so important for those of us who need it, but what we do in the aftermath is equally important.  Keith Giles is a voice I trust to help us navigate this crucial period of life. 
Jason Elam, host of "The Messy Spirituality" Podcast
It is obvious that Keith is truly inspired and guided by Jesus and you can't help but walk away wondering why you never did this sooner. 
Tom Dye
I absolutely loved this class! Thanks so much for being such a solid and deep influence over my spiritual growth these last several years.
Tommy Garrett
I appreciate all that you share, Keith. Your ministry has meant a lot to me. Blessings!
Patti Beverlin
Keith is a good man who brings great gifts, abilities, personality & character...I highly enjoyed my years working alongside him and I endorse him wholeheartedly.
Doug Webster, Pastor of The Following Church
Wow!  Super edits and ideas. Thank you. You’re a great teacher, marking up my papers!  
Blessed by you!
Linda Moore
I’m so encouraged by you, your work, your life, and your friendship—forever grateful.
Dr. Thomas Crisp, Biola
Keith, I hope you know how much of a light you are in the deconstructed darkness. I hope to tell you this in person one day, but for now, please know that meeting you has been a bright spot in my life and faith walk!

Todd Vick
Hey, Keith. Thank you for the excellent, Spirit-filled, work you are doing. I read Jesus Unbound and finally - after 45 years as a pastor - am now beginning to understand how to love and follow Jesus. May God continue to bless you and your work!
Joe C. Wyatt
Realizing that American Christianity is a sham is the first step but walking away from God entirely isn't the answer. In fact, walking away from Americanized Christianity should - in the end - lead you to greater life, peace, and truth. Deconstruction is only helpful if it is followed by reconstruction.

My friend Keith Giles has put together something great if you're interested. 
Peter Rollo