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Reaching Millennials; Biblical Discipleship; Christian in Afghanistan |
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Reaching Millennials: 3 Ways to Reach Unbelieving MillennialsChris Martin

Who is this?!?!?!

My Millennial dude blog guy has some good insights.

4 Marks of Biblical DiscipleshipTrevin Wax

Good input on discipleship from Trevin.

A Christian Convert, on the Run in Afghanistan—Azam Ahmed

Powerful (and excellent long form) story.

Download this week's edition of The Exchange Podcast with the Shook Brothers.

I hosted Jonathan Merritt, Sarah Pulliam Bailey and Trevin Wax in studio for a forward-looking conversation about evangelicalism, the changing American culture and issues impacting the church. This was one of my favorite panels we've ever done on The Exchange.

Merritt is senior columnist for Religion News Service, Bailey is a national correspondent at Religion News Service, and Wax serves the church at LifeWay Christian Resources as managing editor of The Gospel Project. Below is the episode in its entirety, but we'll have some individual clips later on as well. Don't forget to join me every Tuesday at 3:00 PM Eastern for The Exchange.

Posted:June 26, 2014 at 6:00 am

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