Jump directly to the content
Jul 11, 2013
Roundup

Morning Roundup 07/11/13

Sermon Prep; Same-Sex Marriage; Missions & Politics; |
Morning Roundup 07/11/13
Image: Philip Nation

My friend Philip is giving some good counsel for bivocational pastors in this series.

Sermon Prep for the Bivocational Pastor -- Philip Nation

Orson Scot Card is a familiar name if you read science fiction-- Ender's Game is his most well-known book and will soon be a movie. He's Mormon and a defender of traditional marriage (Salon frames and explains him differently than I would, but even that is worth noting). He asks what I believe many will ask in coming days, "Now it will be interesting to see whether the victorious proponents of gay marriage will show tolerance toward those who disagreed with them when the issue was still in dispute."

Orson Scott Card: Gay marriage issue has become "moot" -- Salon

My friend David Hesselgrave, who co-edited MissionSHIFT with me, sent along a beast of an article. I read it yesterday and am passing on his description and the file. If you are a share my bizarre mix of interests, including missions, history, reserach, and politics, you will find it fascinating. If not-- it will put you to sleep.

The Missionary Roots of Liberal Democracy -- David Hesselgrave

Recently on The Exchange, Brad Lomenick joined me to discuss leadership in a business and ministry context. Don't forget to join me every Tuesday at 3:00 PM Eastern for The Exchange.

Support our work. Subscribe to CT and get one year free.

Posted:July 11, 2013 at 6:00 am

Comments

Please read our comment policy before you weigh in, and then feel free to comment on Facebook.

More From This Blog

Church Planting Metrics: Measure What’s Important (Part Two)

Church Planting Metrics: Measure What’s Important (Part Two)

Measure outcomes, not activities.
Prejudice and Discrimination: Why We Can’t Keep Covering Them Up

Prejudice and Discrimination: Why We Can’t Keep Covering Them Up

Baseball and the distinction between prejudice and discrimination
Some Quick Thoughts on House Churches: The Good, the Bad, and Why You Should Be Open to Them

Some Quick Thoughts on House Churches: The Good, the Bad, and Why You Should Be Open to Them

They appeal to certain church planters and in certain contexts.
The Type of Leaders a Small Town Church Needs

The Type of Leaders a Small Town Church Needs

Lessons from a Small Town Pastor

Follow Ed Stetzer

Exchange Logo

Dr. John Sorensen, President of Evangelism Explosion International, a ministry that has trained millions of Christians around the world to share Christ, discusses the state of evangelism, research on evangelism trends, as well as myths and methods of evangelism.

Cast: Ed Stetzer

Read ED Stetzer's Books

See All

Follow Christianity Today

Christianity Today
Morning Roundup 07/11/13