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The Unchurched; NSA Surveillance; Rise of the Nones; Brad Lomenick |
Morning Roundup 07/08/13

Often evangelism efforts fall flat as the result of simply not knowing the people you are trying to reach. More so than using a poor method. Carey shares some observations he has noted about the unchurched that are worth considering and learning. The more you know a people and work to understand them, the easier it becomes to share your faith with them.

15 Characteristics of Today's Unchurched Person -- Carey Nieuwhof

Timothy George writes a thought-provoking essay on the recent news of widespread NSA surveillance and its threat to religious liberty and human dignity.

American Stasi? What's Wrong with NSA Surveillance -- Timothy George

There has been much written about the Rise of the Nones over the past year. Now Pew Forum has released some new data analyzing if this rise is a good thing. The indicators point to "no."

Half of Adults Say Religious Nones Are Bad for America -- Christianity Today

Recently on The Exchange, Brad Lomenick joined me to talk about how young leaders can address generational gaps. Don't forget to join me every Tuesday at 3:00 PM Eastern for The Exchange.

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