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Non-Christians in America; Clothing for Tweens; D.A. Carson on the Kingdom; Changes in Evangelism Methods |
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Interesting stats from Gordon-Conwell.

The Craziest Statistic You'll Read About North American Missions -- Abby Stocker

I get that my standards are different that most. However, it's interesting to see that even mainstream parents are expressing similar concern.

Too hot for tweens: Why some parents dread back-to-school shopping -- CNN

It a long read, but it is worth your time as Carson looks at the kingdom and salvation.

Kingdom, Ethics, and Individual Salvation -- D.A. Carson

Recently on The Exchange, I talked about changes in evangelism methods. Don't forget to join me every Tuesday at 3:00 PM Eastern for The Exchange.

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Posted:August 20, 2013 at 7:00 am

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