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Young Christian Leaders; Church Tech Blogs; Jerk Pastors |
Morning Roundup 7/3/14

33 Under 33Kate Shellnutt

Helpful list of young leaders today, from our friends at Christianity Today. Congrats to Trevin Wax, my co-worker on the Gospel Project. You can see him on The Exchange here along with other names on the list including D.A. Horton and Trip Lee, who recently wrote a gues post for the blog.

Top Church Tech Blogs [2014]—Jeremy Smith

For you tech nerds…

Pastors who are JerksTodd Rhoades

This is SO important and something that drives me crazy…

Evangelism expert, author and seminary professor Dr. Alvin Reid joins Ed Stetzer in studio to discuss evangelism, church history and student ministry. In this clip, Dr. Reid talks about how we can be bold in evangelism without being mean. Don't forget to join me every Tuesday at 3:00 PM Eastern for The Exchange.

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Posted:July 3, 2014 at 6:00 am

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