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How to Become a Church Planting ChurchBrian Howard

My friend Brian reminds us about how to engage as a church planting church.

ethneCITYInternational Mission Board

Here is a helpful site for ministry to unreached people groups in cities.

Famous Personality Types [infographic]J.P. Blackard

I'm a fan of the MBTI (and am actually "certified" to administer the instrument, though they do not use that term).

So, as such, I thought this was interesting. And, in case you are wondering, I am an ENTJ.

Recently on The Exchange, Frank Page, President and Chief Executive Officer of the Southern Baptist Convention Executive Committee joined me to talk about a number of topics surrounding his book Melissa: A Father's Lessons from a Daughter's Suicide. His thoughts on transparency in leadership are particularly helpful. Don't forget to join me every Tuesday at 3:00 PM Eastern for The Exchange.

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