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Pope Francis; Church Staff Members; Islam 101; Calvinists & Charismatics |
Morning Roundup 07/17/13
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Eric Marropodi pens an interesting look at the new Catholic Pope, whose approach is, well, a lot like a certain Princess. The title itself deserved a mention. ;-)

Is Pope Francis the Catholic Princess Diana? -- Eric Marrapodi

Thom Rainer with a helpful list for staff.

Ten Ways to Be Better Church Staff Person: From the Pastor's Perspective -- Thom Rainer

Interested in Islam at Ramadan? Here is a helpful primer.

Islam 101: 6 Beliefs, 5 Practices, 2 Types, 4 Resources -- Justin Taylor

Recently on The Exchange, Alton Garrison joined me to discuss what Calvinists and Charismatics have in common. Don't forget to join me every Tuesday at 3:00 PM Eastern for The Exchange.

Posted:July 17, 2013 at 6:00 am

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