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Tim Howard Talks About FaithCRU

So, it turns out goalie Tim Howard is a Christian, not just a miracle worker.

6 Reasons Pastors Need Learning CommunitiesMarc Cortez

I've started reading Marc Cortez's blog after our talk of a few weeks ago—just added it to Feedly, and you should, too.

Pastors Rarely Preach About Domestic Violence Even Though It Affects Countless AmericansAntonia Blumberg

Here is a Huffington Post story about our domestic violence research released at the Sojourners Summit. You can find the LifeWay release here or, if you are a good Charismatic, you've already read it at Charisma!

In this episode of The Exchange, I host Dr. Thom Rainer, President and CEO of LifeWay Christian Resources in studio to discuss discipleship, family, fatherhood, blogging, biblical church membership and his latest book, Autopsy of a Deceased Church.

In this clip, Thom talks about how a lot of churches die with money still in the bank. Don't forget to join me every Tuesday at 3:00 PM Eastern for The Exchange.

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