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Morning Roundup 2/20/14

Renters in Jerusalem; Dr. William Larkin; Single Life Lies |
Morning Roundup 2/20/14
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Why Jerusalem renters are wary of the Messiah's arrivalJeff Moskowitz

From the "fascinating and weird religious story" department.

A Tribute to Dr. William LarkinMike Barnett

Sad to pass this one along.

Nine Lies in the Not-Yet-Married LifeMarshall Segal

I thought this was helpful (though I am obviously sharing this far after Valentine's Day).

Download this week's episode of The Exchange Podcast with JD Greear.

Ben and Julianna Zobrist appeared in studio to discuss faith, family, baseball and their new book Double Play with guest host Micah Fries.

Ben is an all-star Major League Baseball player for the Tampa Bay Rays, married to new recording artist and female vocalist Julianna. During the off-season, the Zobrists call Nashville their home. In this clip, they explain what it's like to handle success on the big stage. Don't forget to join me every Tuesday at 3:00 PM Eastern for The Exchange.

Related Topics:Atonement; Jerusalem; Marriage
Posted:February 20, 2014 at 7:00 am

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