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Millennials and High Church; John Schneider; Raising Kids to Love Missions |
Morning Roundup 1/20/14
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Are Millennials Joining High Church Traditions?Jake Meador

I'm about to release some research on this, but for now, take a look. (Hint: the greatest move is toward large, non-denominational evangelical churches…)

John SchneiderJeremy Cowart

I've followed Jeremy Cowart for a while. When I saw his photographs of John Schneider (think Dukes of Hazzard's Bo Duke), I was moved. You will be as well. Take a few minutes…

Raising Kids to Care About MissionsThe Gospel Project

On Friday, I sent my daughter to Brazil to live for 6 months. She loves missions (and is praying about being a missionary) and wanted to study there. So, this got my attention.

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Best-selling author and evangelist Jefferson Bethke joined me in studio to discuss his ministry approach to Millennials and his book Jesus>Religion. In this clip, Jefferson explains what happens when millennials meet the real Jesus. Don't forget to join me every Tuesday at 3:00 PM Eastern for The Exchange.

Related Topics:Church; Missions; Photography
Posted:January 20, 2014 at 7:00 am

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