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Maybe Christians should cut Matthew McConaughey some slackMarty Duren

Marty Duren is a beast of a writer. And, I agree with him. Christians who love orthodoxy (like me) might do well to recognize that people are on a journey.

I hope that McConaughey did not read a lot of Christian blogs last week. If I did, I'd conclude there were a bunch of angry people out in Jesusland.

The Terms of Our SurrenderRoss Douthat

This is an important article and worth your time to read. People of faith will differ than the mainstream on issues of homosexuality and that will mean an uphill journey. The question that Americans have to face now is how to deal with the "resistors."

There is a reason that religious freedom is called our "first freedom" in the Bill of Rights.

8 Steps for Developing Prayerful Dependence in Your ChurchClaude King

Claude King has a great artice on developing prayerful dependence. Take a look.

Dr. Christena Cleveland is a social psychologist who coaches pastors and organizational leaders on multicultural issues. She recently completed her first book Disunity in Christ: Uncovering the Hidden Forces that Keep Us Apart.

On this episode of The Exchange, host Ed Stetzer talks about racial tension and racial reconciliation in the church as well as practical steps for pastors and church leaders in encouraging cultural change in this area. Don't forget to join me every Tuesday at 3:00 PM Eastern for The Exchange.

Posted:March 10, 2014 at 7:00 am

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