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Jul 23, 2013
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Morning Roundup 07/23/13

Shanty Towns; Bono; Teaching Children the Bible; Francis Chan |
Morning Roundup 07/23/13
Noah Addis

I've written before on 5 ways to help with global poverty-- actually taking a picture in one of these shantytowns. Take a look at examples around the world.

Epic Shanty Towns From Around the World -- Slate

I've always been fascinated by Bono's spiritual journey-- here is more. Pretty interesting stuff.

Bono: Grace over Karma -- Michka Assayas

Sally Lloyd-Jones has a helpful post on teaching children.

Teaching Children the Bible -- Sally Lloyd-Jones

Yesterday on the blog, I highlighted David Platt's response to a recent Christianity Today cover story. Today, I share Francis Chan's take on the article. You can see my response to the article that ran here on the blog as well.

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Posted:July 23, 2013 at 6:00 am

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