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Morning Roundup 7/29/14
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Is Seminary Debt Killing the Clergy?Leadership Journal

The answer to the question is yes.

I am intrigued, however, by one thing. When seminary students have their schooling paid for (and have no skin in the game), they are often of a lower quality. Yet, when they have to pay themselves, they are often better quality but end up in huge debt.

I'm not sure I have an answer.

How to Answer Your Most Confusing EmailsAlex Cavoulacos

This is remarkably helpful to me... and I plan to start using this right away.

12 Books that Showcase the Grand Narrative of ScriptureTrevin Wax

Very helpful list from Trevin.

Daniel Montgomery is the founder and Lead Pastor of Sojourn Community Church. Daniel is also the co-founder of the Sojourn Network. In this clip, we talk about angry Calvinists. Don't forget to join me every Tuesday at 3:00 PM Eastern for The Exchange.

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Posted:July 29, 2014 at 7:00 am

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