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Q&A with Burnett and Downey; Pro Football Was My God; McGregor/Mahrouk Conflict |
Morning Roundup 3/11/14
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Q & A with Mark Burnett and Roma DowneyFacts & Trends

Here is a Q&A with the producers of the new Jesus film, Son of God. Bob Smietana of our magazine, Facts & Trends, caught up with the Downeys and asked about the film and the companion study written by Rick Warren. You can find more about the study here.

Pro Football Was My GodDerwin Gray

You may have heard about my friend Derwin on The Exchange or when were were on TBN together. I'm encouraged to see how God is using him and now am glad to see his testimony in Christianity Today.

Faith McGregor's rights complaint against Omar Mahrouk resolvedSarah Boesveld

The fact is, we can learn to co-exist in a society where some people have different values than others. Perhaps this is something we might consider for Christians who decline to support society's shifting views on marriage.

Jenni Catron joined me in studio to discuss leadership principles from her book Clout.

Most recently she served for nine years as the Executive Director of Cross Point Church in Nashville, Tenn., where she led the staff and oversaw the ministry of its five campuses. Prior to joining the staff of Cross Point, she worked in Artist Development in the Christian music industry. Don't forget to join me every Tuesday at 3:00 PM Eastern for The Exchange.

Posted:March 11, 2014 at 7:00 am

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