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Porn Star Finds Jesus; Why We Need Rest; Responding Critics; Hulk Hogan |
Morning Roundup 09/04/13
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This is another strong reminder that God's love extends further than we can go astray. And, be sure to note the reference to xxxchurch.com.

This Is What Happens When A Porn Star Finds God -- BuzzFeed

In a recent blog series on the Imago Dei, Matt Capps shared on our need for rest.

Why Do We Need Physical Rest? -- Matt Capps

How a leader handles criticism tells a lot about him/her. Thom shares openly in this post.

A Note to Those Who Criticize Me -- Thom Rainer

In what had to be one of the most awkward conversations ever, Bill asked Hulk Hogan if he had heard of me. Hulk said no and went on to talk about Joel Osteen. Pure gold! Thanks, Bill, for the kind words and making me feel like I've arrived now that Hulk Hogan has heard about me.

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Posted:September 4, 2013 at 7:00 am

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