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Dec 19, 2014
Race
Race in America: A First Person Report from #ATimeToSpeak

Race in America: A First Person Report from #ATimeToSpeak

A brief summary of #ATimeToSpeak at the Lorraine Motel in Memphis, TN.

Four decades after Martin Luther King Jr. was shot and killed in Memphis, a diverse group of pastors gathered at the historic Lorraine Hotel—now the site of the National Civil Rights Museum—to discuss the state of race relations in America.

King’s dream ...

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Dec 19, 2014
Humor

Church Signs of the Week: December 19, 2014

Best Actor; Cemetery; Purr More
Church Signs of the Week: December 19, 2014

Award season in coming up. Could God nominate you? Better watch out, better not lie.

Spelling is hard.

I don't even understand. Lion and snake imagery? Help.

Thanks to Jonathan Pope, Colby Nicholson, and Thomas Caldwell for sending these in. As always, send me your ...

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Dec 18, 2014
Brazil

Global Connect Brazil: Join Us in Planting Churches in Northeast Brazil

Would you consider partnering in gospel ministry in Northeast Brazil?
Global Connect Brazil: Join Us in Planting Churches in Northeast Brazil
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Last year, Grace Church (where I pastor) began a partnership in Northeast Brazil to spread the gospel and plant churches in the area. We drove about three hours inland off of the Atlantic coast and focused on the interior region of the state of Paraiba. (Paraiba is about ...

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Dec 18, 2014
Thinkers

Honeymoon Marriage…Impossible? A guest post by Francie Winslow

Francie Winslow shares about her marriage and how God can give life to any marriage.
Honeymoon Marriage…Impossible? A guest post by Francie Winslow

This year my husband and I will celebrate 10 years of marriage. The first was the most memorable. Six months after our wedding, we were invited by an NGO to do development work in response to the 2004 tsunami that devastated Southeast Asia.

Without hesitation, we bought ...

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Dec 18, 2014
Roundup

Morning Roundup 12/18/14

A wrap up of coverage following A Time to Speak
Morning Roundup 12/18/14

Does the Gospel Mandate Racial Reconciliation? White Pastors Agree More Than Black PastorsRuth Moon

Christianity Today reports on our #ATimeToSpeak conversation from the National Civil Rights Museum in Memphis and includes out LifeWay Research data (full story on that ...

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Dec 17, 2014
Salvation

Salvation and the Mission of God: John Hammett Part 1

Dr. John Hammett elaborates on the role of election in salvation and the scope of the atonement.
Salvation and the Mission of God: John Hammett Part 1

The Order of Salvation

When considering the order of salvation, I usually begin with Rom. 8:29-30 and add to it from my understanding of depravity (texts such as Eph. 2:1-3) and sanctification (as both initial and progressive; Heb. 10:10, 14). So I see salvation as beginning ...

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Dec 17, 2014
Roundup

Morning Roundup 12/17/14

Comment Sections; Leading Through Conflict; White Privilege
Morning Roundup 12/17/14
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RESOLVED: Comments sections need to goChris Cillizza

I am consistently unimpressed with comment sections. I work hard to moderate mine and have some pretty clear comment rules, but I have to say I regularly wonder what we should be doing with comments.

Some say, "Kill ...

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