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Liberty University; Rick Warren on CNN; Jen Hatmaker Takes on HGTV; Religious Leaders Debate Syria Involvement |
Morning Roundup 09/18/13
Courtesy of Lberty University

And, you really have to find this whole Liberty University thing to be fascinating. Simply put, Liberty has won the contest for online education and is building an amazing residential campus to match.

Jerry Falwell's legacy: A thriving Liberty University -- USA Today

I was sitting in the airport watching people watch the Warrens talk to Piers Morgan. Simply put, it was a moving night—and important night. Here CNN tells the story:

Rick Warren on guns, God and son's tragic death -- CNN

And here is the next reality TV show I will watch! And, for the record, Brandon wrote the foreword to his book, Barefoot Church, and Jen has blogged at my site. I had better get a cameo on the show!!!

Coming to Your TV Set: The Hatmakers -- Jen Hatmaker

This article is well done, looking at multiple sides of the Syria issue.

Should U.S. intervene in Syria? Debate simmers among Michigan religious leaders -- Detroit Free Press

Posted:September 18, 2013 at 6:00 am

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