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Twitter's Social Innovator; White Millennials Leave Church; Mission in Scripture |
Morning Roundup 5/21/14
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Twitter's Social Innovator: All In for GodClaire Diaz-Ortiz

I've never met Claire, but I did fill in for her once at a speaking engagement!

This is another wonderful testimony in the Christianity Today series.

Are Millennials Really Leaving the Church? Yes — but Mostly White MillennialsBob Smietana

Bob Smietana, part of our team here (with Facts & Trends), has a helpful article in the resurgent On Faith site.

Mission as a Linguistic Thread in ScriptureEd Stetzer

Here's an article I wrote for the Mission of God Study Bible.

Pastor, musician and author Carlos Whittaker joined me in studio to discuss living his life and faith publicly through his social media presence and popular blog, RagamuffinSoul.com. In this clip, Carlos and I discuss his viral videos. Don't forget to join me every Tuesday at 3:00 PM Eastern for The Exchange.

Related Topics:Millennials; Missions; Twitter
Posted:May 21, 2014 at 7:00 am

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