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Building a Team; Confronting Sexual Abuse; Bowdoin Christian Fellowship |
Morning Roundup 6/30/14

Building a Successful TeamSelma Wilson

I had this already planned in my roundup, but now you can read the article and pray for Selma. She was in a car accident, will be fine, but got banged up. What is fascinating is how so many people (her team) responded and were concerned. Why? Because she is loved and appreciated as a team builder.

So… read her article and pray for her swift recovery!

A denomination confronts child sexual abuse: A positive step forwardBoz Tchividjian

I appreciate Boz' report on the actions of the Presbyterian Church in America. He talks more about what denominations can do in an interview I did with him here.

Bowdoin Told Us To Go—Robert B. Gregory

It's disturbing to see the continued march of the idea what Christian organizations can only exist on campuses if they don't have Christian requirements. Here is an inside view.

Dr. Darrell Bock joined me on this edition of The Exchange to discuss theology, cultural engagement, apologetics and a book he co-authored, Truth Matters. In this clip, we talk about influencing culture. Don't forget to join me every Tuesday at 3:00 PM Eastern for The Exchange.

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