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Dec 31, 2012

Yesterday, I preached at Christ Fellowship in Miami (and several other locations via video). My focus was on growing as a disciple in 2013, but we talked about how the end of the year causes us to look back as we look forward. If you are a pastor or church leader, Brad Lomenick's ...

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Dec 31, 2012

Last week, I shared my commentary and related LifeWay Research on the top religion news stories of the year. This week, we turn to the top theology stories of the year as compiled by Collin Hansen at The Gospel Coalition. Collin does this each year, and I've interacted ...

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Dec 29, 2012

This February, I'll be making a trip to New Orleans to speak at Planted 2013, a church planting conference. The conference is open to all. If you're a church planter in Louisiana or on the Gulf Coast, I invite you to join me at for the conference on February 5-7:

PLANTED2013 ...
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Dec 28, 2012

I've been reviewing the top blog posts of 2012, broken down by theme. You can see some of the others:

Personal posts

Posts dealing with facts

Unhealthy organizations

The Presidential election

Sexual abuse in churches

On January 16, I posted an excerpt from a speech by Martin ...

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Dec 28, 2012

Well, I've noticed that some people, particularly if they have a reputation for being smart (or like to be seen that way), put out a "what I am reading on vacation" list.

Well, I am not that smart, but I love an opportunity to look that way, so here is my list that I am reading ...

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Dec 27, 2012

I am currently reflecting on the top posts of 2012 here at the blog, and looking at them in light of common patterns. So far, I have seen the themes of personal posts, posts dealing with facts, unhealthy organizations, and the presidential election.

Unfortunately, one topic of ...

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Dec 27, 2012

Thabiti has an interesting piece on challenges people face over the holidays.

Challenges Pastors and People Face During the Holidays -- Thabiti Anyabwile

Tis' the season to be jolly, right? Well, for some of us, but not all of us. While the entire world seems to glitter in tinsel, ...

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Dec 27, 2012

In USA Today, Cathy Lynn Grossman highlights a growing trend among Millennials: worship attendance may be down, but their passion is up.

It appears to me that more young adults who are nominal Christians are opting out of attendance, but those who are committed are living out ...

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Dec 26, 2012

I've written extensively on unhealthy Christian organizations, so I appreciate it when Christian leaders are writing on issues of organization dynamics. Here, Tony Morgan gives some indicators or poor health. (You also might find his article, "A Culture of Honor is Hurting Churches" ...

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Dec 26, 2012

Last week, the Religion Newswriters Association released its top religious stories of 2012 along with its top news makers of 2012. As I have been doing my end of the year wrap up here at the blog, I thought it would be helpful to see where our LifeWay Research data or blog commentary ...

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Dec 24, 2012

I'm reviewing the top blog posts of 2012 by breaking down the common threads that were in the list. So far, we have looked at posts that were more personal, posts that dealt with facts, and the series on unhealthy Christian organizations.

One theme that showed up was pretty obvious, ...

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Dec 22, 2012

I'm looking ahead to 2013 and hope to see you at one of these upcoming meetings.

I hope that you can join us at Grace Church either Sunday or on Christmas Eve. We are gathering for worship at 10a.m. every Sunday and then at 6:30p.m. on Christmas Eve. As always, we meet at the ...

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Dec 21, 2012

I've been reviewing the top blog posts of 2012, and this year I have decided to break them down by themes. First, we looked at the more personal posts of the year. Then, we reviewed the ones that deal with facts. Now, we turn to one of the most popular series at this blog: Unhealthy ...

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