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An Appeal to John MacArthur; Public Prayer; A Song for My Mother |
Morning Roundup 10/17/13
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A Final Appeal to Pastor John MacArthur on the Eve of His 'Strange Fire' Conference — Michael Brown

John MacArthur is leading a conference opposed to Pentecostalism and the charismatic movement, following up on other such conferences or books against the emerging church, seeker driven churches, and other topics.

Michael Brown wrote this open letter-- now shared over fifty thousand times on social media-- to John MacArthur here:

Why Public Prayer Is About More Than Culture WarsRussell D. Moore

Russ Moore pens a helpful post, agrees with the President, and both are right.

A Song For My MotherRobyn Afrik

My friend Robyn, who heads up missional initiatives for the RCA and the CRC, shares a moving article worth your time.

Download this week's edition of The Exchange Podcast with David Platt and Matt Carter

A couple of weeks ago, pastor, speaker, author and former NFL linebacker Derwin Gray joined me in studio to share his story of coming to faith in Christ, how God called him to plant a multi-ethnic church and his first book Limitless Life. Here is a good word from him on being intoxicated with Jesus. Don't forget to join me every Tuesday at 3:00 PM Eastern for The Exchange.

Posted:October 17, 2013 at 8:00 am

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