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Ukraine's Interim Leader; Christian Bakers and Gay Weddings; Sunday School |
Morning Roundup 2/25/14
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Ukraine's interim leader: 'number two' man loyal to TymoshenkoYahoo! News

OK, bet you did not expect that the new (interim) President of Ukraine was an evangelical pastor…

Can a Christian baker refuse to make a cake for a gay wedding?Peter Foster

I was impressed with my short interview with Peter—he seems to get the issues as an outsider (as in a non-American). His article is worth your time.

Is It Time to Resurrect Sunday School?Geoff Surratt

Geoff Surratt—yes, they cool one who likes multisite, used to work at Saddleback, and is quite the forward thinker—wants us to think about Sunday School. His article is worth your time.

New York Times bestselling author and speaker Stephen Mansfield joined Ed to discuss a wide range of topics, such as the faith of past and sitting presidents, church leadership, and manhood. In this clip, Mansfield explains a little bit about what he believes it means to be a true man. Don't forget to join me every Tuesday at 3:00 PM Eastern for The Exchange.

Related Topics:Church; Homosexuality; Ukraine
Posted:February 25, 2014 at 7:00 am

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