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Ravi Zacharias at the Mormon Tabernacle; Christian Oscar Controversy; The Passion of 12 Years a Slave |
Morning Roundup 1/22/14
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Ravi Zacharias Speaks, Fernando Ortega Sings … at the Mormon TabernacleKate Tracy

I'll be writing more on this later, but I am very thankful that Ravi would head to the Mormon Tabernacle.

Oscars: 'Alone Yet Not Alone' Singer Dismisses Critics of Surprise Nomination—Paul Bond

OK, this was FASCINATING. And, I am having a hard time letting go of my fondness for "Let it Go," but Joni has been a hero for years.

The Passion Of 12 Years A SlaveMollie Hemingway

Speaking of film…take a couple of minutes and read this.

Pastor Troy Gramling from Potential Church joined me on The Exchange, and we talked about reaching the unchurched, creating a church culture of reaching the unchurched and practical ways smaller churches can reach their secular neighbors. In this clip, Pastor Gramling shares his thoughts on ministering in a secular environment. Don't forget to join me every Tuesday at 3:00 PM Eastern for The Exchange.

Posted:January 22, 2014 at 7:00 am

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