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Jen Hatmaker on Today; Immigration Reform; Holy Spirit, David Platt & Matt Carter |
Morning Roundup 07/01/13
Jen Hatmaker

Jen Hatmaker, Christian author and speaker (see a full list of her books and Bible studies here), recently appeared on the Today Show after one of her blog posts went viral. Here's the story about the appearance. Click through the link to see the video from NBC. For what it's worth, it reminded me of when Carlos Whittaker's "All The Single Ladies" video went viral.

Mom's end-of-school-year fatigue rant goes viral -- Today Show

Along with my fellow Evangelical Immigration Table members, I was encouraged last week when the immigration bill was passed. Though this bill is far from perfect, it is a step in the right direction that there is even bipartisan support. Conversation in the House should make the bill better.

Sweeping Immigration Reform Bill Passes Senate -- Christianity Today

Here's a helpful article from The Resurgence on the work of the Holy Spirit.

5 ways the Holy Spirit works in the life of a believer -- Sutton Turner

Recently on The Exchange, David Platt & Matt Carter joined me to talk about a pastor's role in calling people on mission. Don't forget to join me every Tuesday at 3:00 PM Eastern for The Exchange.

Posted:June 1, 2013 at 8:00 am

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