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Sep 2, 2013
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Morning Roundup 09/02/13

Population Distribution; Sermons; New Christians |
Morning Roundup 09/02/13
Courtesy of Slate

Nerd alert: this is fascinating.

This Amazing Map Shows Every Person in America -- Slate

Challies has some helpful points—worth pondering.

Sermons Are Not For Liking -- Tim Challies

Love what Frank says here. I resonate with his words.

Advice to New Christians -- Frank Viola

Recently for The Exchange, I was in New Orleans for the EFCA One conference and discussed how we have a missions force who has talked itself out of evangelism (watch the full show here). Don't forget to join me every Tuesday at 3:00 PM Eastern for The Exchange.

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