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Morning Roundup 8/26/14
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The Frightening Growth of Suburban SlumsJordan Weissmann

We’ve had Linda Berquist here on the blog to discuss the suburban poor. Here is another important article on the subject.

From peyote to sex: Religious liberty fight recastRachel Zoll

Be sure to read this article from the AP’s Rachel Zoll—it will help you to see the future of religious liberty discussions.

A Review of “Transformational Groups” by Ed Stetzer and Eric GeigerDave Dunham

Dave Dunham has a review of our book here. If you care about small groups, this book is for you!

Evangelism expert, author and seminary professor Dr. Alvin Reid joined me in studio to discuss evangelism, church history and student ministry. In this clip, we talk about two primary fears in evangelism. Don't forget to join me every Tuesday at 3:00 PM Eastern for The Exchange.

Posted:August 26, 2014 at 7:00 am

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