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Morning Roundup 5/1/14
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Is Motherhood a Job?Courtney Reissig

Thought this was fascinating… and shared it with Donna, my wife (who is a stay-at-home mom).

Best Piece of Advice I Ever ReceivedSelma Wilson

Listen to Selma. Always. (And read her blog. Regularly.)

New clues cast doubt on 'Gospel of Jesus' WifeJoel S. Baden and Candida R. Moss

Wait, Easter is past and all the hyped stories about Jesus' myths are not panning out…

Download this week's edition of The Exchange Podcast with Frank Newport.

Pastor and author Kyle Idleman joined me for a special edition of The Exchange from the floor of the National Religious Broadcasters Convention in Nashville, Tenn. Kyle is the Teaching Pastor of Southeast Christian Church in Louisville, Ky. His newest book is AHA, check it out.

In this clip, Kyle talks about how to help people not waste pain and suffering in life. Don't forget to join me every Tuesday at 3:00 PM Eastern for The Exchange.

Related Topics:Family; Jesus; Parenting
Posted:May 1, 2014 at 7:00 am

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