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7 Actions to Engage the Men In Your ChurchJoshua Shaw

This is a constant question—how to we involve men in the church. I want to write more on this, but for now, read what Joshua has to say:

Weird suburbia: How atomic bombs and UFOs created modern AmericaKen Hollings

This is of particular interest to me for two reasons: 1. It's fascinating sociology. 2. I grew up in Levittown.

A Thread Called GraceJonathan Merritt

Some of you know that I interviewed Jonathan at the blog (in other words, I'm the good friend he mentions). Jonathan is indeed a friend and I am excited for his new book.

Download this week's edition of The Exchange Podcast on the views for and against Calvinism with Michael Horton and Roger E. Olson.

Dr. Christena Cleveland is a social psychologist who coaches pastors and organizational leaders on multicultural issues. She speaks regularly at organizations, churches, conferences and universities.

She recently completed her first book Disunity in Christ: Uncovering the Hidden Forces that Keep Us Apart.

On this episode of The Exchange, host Ed Stetzer talks about racial tension and racial reconciliation in the church as well as practical steps for pastors and church leaders in encouraging cultural change in this area. In this clip we address the question: is America really the land of opportunity? Don't forget to join me every Tuesday at 3:00 PM Eastern for The Exchange

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