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Women in Leadership; Strange Fire Book Review; Personal Worship |
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A Casting Call for Leading Ladies — Donna Hill

Evangelicalism is not often a friendly place for women leaders. This article reminds us that we need to be developing leaders, with a specific emphasis on developing women leaders in the secular world. It's worth your time.

Strange Fire Book Review — Thomas Schreiner

Ironically, the reaction to the Strange Fire conference demonstrated that many more evangelicals have moved away from a cessationist position. However, the reaction also showed that many of those who are cessationists are also concerned that charismatics are fairly addressed. In Tom Schreiner's Gospel Coalition review, he's a cessationist who reviews the book with that in mind and reviews John MacArthur's book accordingly.

Growing and staying personal: Making worship work in a multi-unit ministry — Joseph Walker

Here's a good article on multi-housing ministry. It amused me that they called me a "motivational speaker," though.

Download this week's edition of The Exchange Podcast with Rick Warren.

This summer, I hosted evangelist Luis Palau on The Exchange. In this clip he answers my question about why he uses the method of mass evangelism to share the gospel. Don't forget to join me every Tuesday at 3:00 PM Eastern for The Exchange.

Posted:October 31, 2013 at 7:00 am

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