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Hillsong Influence; 10 Reasons Leaders Need a Confidant; LifeWay Apology |
Morning Roundup 11/7/13
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Australia's Hillsong Church exports its influence through praise and preachingSarah Pulliam Bailey

I'm planning to write more about Hillsong this week, but the Religion News Service has a story on the church and its influence.

10 reasons why Leaders need a ConfidantBrad Lomenick

Wise words from Brad. (I, too, have a confidant—two actually.)

LifeWay president apologizes for its decade-old 'Rickshaw Rally' that offended Asian American ChristiansRNS

It was great to be at the Mosaix Multicultural Church Conference to speak, but it was even better to be there and present an apology from my friend and boss Thom Rainer. RNS has the story. We'll release more later today.

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Catalyst leader Brad Lomenick joined me on this episode of The Exchange to discuss the Catalyst movement, tribe and future as well as Lomenick's book, The Catalyst Leader. Don't forget to join me every Tuesday at 3:00 PM Eastern for The Exchange.

Posted:November 7, 2013 at 7:00 am

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