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Women in Leadership; Strange Fire Book Review; Personal Worship |
Morning Roundup 10/31/13
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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.

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Posted:October 31, 2013 at 7:00 am

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