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Weekend Edition: February 5, 2016

Engaging in politics, What loves is not, Single Christians, and more |
Weekend Edition: February 5, 2016

POLITICS IS NEVER ENOUGHAaron Earls

Aaron Earls is a consistently solid writer, and this post on how Christians engage politics is no exception.

Solo But Not AloneErin Straza

Living single in a mostly married world is always a challenge.

The Church's One Foundation—Rebecca Faires

The writers at She Reads Truth are blogging themes from the theology in older hymns.

4 Lies About LoveTony Merida

All we need is love? Not so fast.

Five Common Reasons Church Members Burnout​Thom Rainer

Church member burnout continues to happen all too frequently.

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Earlier this Week at The Exchange

Church Planting At Thomas Road Baptist Church—An Interview with Jonathan Falwell​

Viewing Black Lives Matter, Part 1​

The Gettys Spearhead Call For a Global Hymn Sing

Exploring Evangelicalism: An Interview With Brian Brodersen of Calvary Chapel—Part 1

Exploring Evangelicalism: An Interview With Brian Brodersen of Calvary Chapel—Part 2

Trend #1 For The Future Of Church Planting—Kingdom Collaboration

Sunday Journeys: Millcreek Community Church in Erie, PA, a Visit to a Church We Planted 20 Years Ago

Religion in America: An Interview With Greg Smith of the Pew Research Center (Part 2)

Church Signs

Makes me wonder when the typocrites go to church.

And everyone who knows a saved curmudgeon said, "Amen!"

They've peppered their sign with veggies. Kinda corny if you ask me.

Thanks to Brad Johnson, Josh Hearrin, and Mark Ellison for this week's signs. As always, you can tweet your church sign pics to @EdStetzer.

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