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7 Ways Social Media Makes Pastoring More DifficultMike Leake

Had not even given much thought to this, but Mike brings some important cautions.

Being Against Gay Marriage Doesn't Make You a HomophobeBrandon Ambrosino

Brandon Ambrosino's article on being "anti-gay" is causing quite an important discussion. (You may recall they he came out as a homosexual while at Liberty University and wrote a fascinating account.)

Seven of the Greatest Stressors on PastorsThom Rainer

Helpful pastoral discernment from Thom Rainer.

Dhati Lewis is the Lead Pastor at Blueprint Church, an Atlanta church plant that is unleashing healthy people to do ministry where life exists. Guest host Micah Fries interviews Dhati via Skype about mentoring, discipleship, cross-cultural ministry and more. Don't forget to join me every Tuesday at 3:00 PM Eastern for The Exchange.

Posted:December 18, 2013 at 7:00 am

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