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Global Persecution; Christians and Credit Rankings; A Worship Problem |
Morning Roundup 10/7/13
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Can We Finally Start Talking About The Global Persecution Of Christians?Mollie Hemingway

A helpful reminder on persecution.

As Christians Rise or Fall, So Do 100 Country Credit Ratings — Kate Tracy

In the "interesting nerd stats department," this was intriguing.

Failure to Live on Mission Is a Worship ProblemTrevin Wax

Trevin always makes me think.

Recently on The Exchange, pastor, author, teacher, and artist DA Horton spent some time with me sharing his story. Here is a great clip on his invention of "thebonics." Don't forget to join me every Tuesday at 3:00 PM Eastern for The Exchange.

Related Topics:Economics; Persecution; Worship
Posted:October 7, 2013 at 7:00 am

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