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Morning Roundup 5/15/14

They Feel 'Blessed'Jessica Bennett

I was #blessed to read this article!

I'm the Dad of Teenagers and They are AwesomeBrady Boyd

If you are not reading Brady, you should be—but this article was particularly good. And, let me add, that pastors' kids are awesome, too.

Stop talking about kids in bad ways and maybe they will live up to your comments.

Pentecostalization and Pluralization: The New Latino Religious LandscapeR. Andrew Chesnut

Helpful look at new Pew data.

Download this week's edition of The Exchange Podcast with Larry Osborne.

Elizabeth Drury, Mark DeYmaz and DJ Chuang joined me in studio to discuss multi-ethnic and multi-cultural church, ministry opportunities and missteps and other issues on this episode of The Exchange. In this clip, we discuss how being far from diversity makes people fear diversity. Don't forget to join me every Tuesday at 3:00 PM Eastern for The Exchange.

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