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Jesus the New Yorker; God-Centered Preaching; Ancient Worship |
Morning Roundup 1/6/14
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Jesus the New YorkerTony Carnes

I had the opportunity to do lunch with Tony a couple of weeks ago. If you are not reading his ongoing work on NYC religion, you are missing out. It is fascinating and important work. You can find the site at NYCReligion.info.

Seven Reasons to Preach God-Centered MessagesDarryl Dash

My friend Darryl Dash shares some helpful ideas toward God-centered preaching.

Americans turning to ancient music, practices to experience their faithMichelle Boorstein

This is an article I was interviewed for before Christmas—some interesting observations on worship style.

I hosted Alton Garrison, the Assistant General Superintendent of the Assemblies of God, in this episode of The Exchange to discuss research-based discipleship efforts, spirit-empowerment and the differences within the larger Pentecostal movement. In this clip, we discuss the commonalities of Calvinists and Charismatics. Don't forget to join me every Tuesday at 3:00 PM Eastern for The Exchange.

Related Topics:Jesus; Preaching; Worship
Posted:December 6, 2014 at 7:00 am

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