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Weekend Edition—March 11, 2016

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Weekend Edition—March 11, 2016

I’m Stepping Off the PlantationAdrian C. Crawford

Adrian presents his case for a middle, better way in race relations.

The Case for an Exegetical Sermon SeriesHershael York

This is a great follow to my series on expository preaching (Part 1, Part 2, Part 3).

Myth of the evangelical voter? It depends on meaning of “evangelical”Tobin Grant

There may never be an election cycle during which “Evangelical” gets more scrutiny.

Rice Broocks: Tell It Well—Christine D. Johnson

If we expect people in our churches to be witnesses we should help them know how.

TGC Asks: 3 Books Every Church Planter Should ReadMatt Smethurst

This is a great list (even if I did contribute to it).

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Earlier this Week at The Exchange

Living in the Fullness of Salvation

World Relief: Involving Churches in Resettlement

World Relief: One Family’s story—Finding New Dreams

Building Your Launch Team

World Relief: Welcoming Refugees in Jesus' Name

Amplifying Evangelism—Tools or Rules?

Sunday Journeys: Oak Hills Church in San Antonio, Randy Frazee and Max Lucado

Saturday is for Seminars—Australian Church Planting, the Wilberforce Forum, and Velocity

Revitalizing Church—Some Helpful Resources

Church Signs

Some might call this a “self-evident truth.”

This isn’t a church sign, and that’s a really good thing.

Just call this theological shorthand.

Many thanks to Todd Worley, @israel_scl, and Jimmie Lee Harper for church signs this week. As always you can tweet your church sign pics to @EdStetzer.

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