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Pope of the evangelicalsMichael Wear

Michael Wear provides some interesting analysis...and I do think that the Pope is having an influence on the tone of evangelicalism. It's an interesting and surprising development to be sure.

The Redeemed Church of God preaches the gospel in USJason Margolis

One of the more fascinating trends we may see in years to come is missions to the United States. For example, the Redeemed Church of God was not a blip on the radar screen when we wrote Viral Churches, but I imagine we will hear stories about this more in the future.

The High Cost of Multitasking [infographic]Daily Infographic

And, with this, I need to multitask less!

Dhati Lewis is the Lead Pastor at Blueprint Church, an Atlanta church plant that is unleashing healthy people to do ministry where life exists. Guest host Micah Fries interviews Dhati via Skype about mentoring, discipleship, cross-cultural ministry and more. In this clip, Dhati shares thoughts on raising up co-laborers, not just converts. Don't forget to join me every Tuesday at 3:00 PM Eastern for The Exchange.

Posted:February 18, 2014 at 7:00 am

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