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Congress and Religions; Short Sermons?; Millennials; Evangelism |
Morning Roundup 08/29/13
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This is fascinating. It is also fascinating to note that Congress consistently describes itself as more religious than the population. I don't guess that is because they ARE, but because it is still socially important to appear religious.

What Religion Does Your Member Of Congress Identify With? -- Buzzfeed

Interesting… but I am not buying it.

Tips from TED: Why Your Messages Should Be 18 Minutes or Less -- Rodlie Ortiz

Jefferson is always thoughtful.

The new religious fundamentalists? Millennial Christians. -- Jefferson Bethke

Recently for The Exchange, I was in New Orleans for the EFCA One conference and discussed how 80% of Christians have not shared their faith in the last 6 months (watch the full show here). Don't forget to join me every Tuesday at 3:00 PM Eastern for The Exchange.

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Posted:August 29, 2013 at 6:00 am

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