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Jul 8, 2016
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Weekend Edition—July 8, 2016

Weeping during tragedy, Surrounded by Muslims, Church signs, and more! |
Weekend Edition—July 8, 2016

Will You Weep With Me?Brian Key

After the deaths of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile, Brian Key asks white Christians a simple question: “Will you weep with me?”

Corporate LamentDan Hyun

Dan’s Facebook post provides insight into why various cultures respond to tragedy differently.

170 Muslim Refugees Had Me Surrounded—David Curry

This is a compelling and important story.

Church, Stop Saying All Lives MatterJay Sanders

We don’t stand with the wounded by minimizing their pain.

Snipers Kill 5 Police Officers, Wound Several Others At Dallas Protest —NPR

Please be in constant prayer for those called to protect and serve during these days.

I’ve written on race before, and turned over my CT space to African American leaders during the “It’s Time to Listen” series after Ferguson, and for reactions after the Trayvon Martin shooting. This link leads to all the entries in the “It’s Time to Listen” series. To find the posts after the Trayvon Martin shooting click here.

Don’t forget to subscribe to the The Exchange Podcast in iTunes. Click here to listen to my interview with Mark Batterson.

This Week on The Exchange

Border Crossing: 5 Ways to Move Church Voting Beyond the Status Quo

Churches in America—Part 3, Three Vital Trends

Churches in America—Part 2, Mainline Protestants and Evangelicals

Churches in America—Part 1, Facing a New Reality

Engaging the Elections at Church

Patriotic Worship is Coming to a Church Near You

Church Signs

I wonder if Cupertino has seen this?

You’ll get no argument from me.

Surely this is in the running for the best church sign of all time!

Thanks to Shane Folk, Ray Umphrey, and Mark Tubbs for this week’s church signs. As always you can tweet your signs to @EdStetzer.

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Posted:July 8, 2016 at 7:00 am


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