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Oct 31, 2014
Vocation

The Sunday to Monday Gap: A guest post by RJ Grunewald

Because God is at work in the midst of the work we are doing, all of our work is sacred.
The Sunday to Monday Gap: A guest post by RJ Grunewald
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There is a large gap between what happens in churches on Sunday morning and what happens in the life of the average person on Monday morning. And this gap grows wider as the cultural differences between the values of the Church and the values of our communities are growing ...

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Oct 30, 2014
Roundup

Morning Roundup 10/30/14

Heaven, Hell, Heresy; Churchless Americans; 43 Largest Faiths

Oct 29, 2014
Comment Policy

Proposed New Comment Policy for The Exchange-- Would Value Your Input

Nine simple rules for commenting respectfully on The Exchange.
Proposed New Comment Policy for The Exchange-- Would Value Your Input
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In order to facilitate even better conversation, we are seeking to be good hosts. That is always a difficult task because so many struggle with good conversation, leading an increasing number of Christian blogs to shut down comments. In order to make this a good place for ...

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Oct 29, 2014
Roundup

Morning Roundup 10/29/14

Motley Crew Church; Churches and Mental Illness; Missionary Doctors
Morning Roundup 10/29/14

The Motley Crew ChurchBarry Creamer

Barry Creamer is the new President of Criswell College and is also a good writer. Be sure to read his article at our new church leaders site.

Church officials struggle to assist those with mental illnessErika Ritchie

A helpful ...

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Oct 28, 2014
Books

20 Truths from Small is Big, Slow is Fast by Caesar Kalinowski

Caesar Kalinowski shares some unconventional wisdom in a new book calling us to go
20 Truths from Small is Big, Slow is Fast by Caesar Kalinowski

1. God is restoring our relationships, our marriages, our families, our worldview, our work ethic, our sexual orientation, our identity, and every other part of who we are back to the way he desires them to be. And that only happens when the gospel gets in and changes and ...

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Oct 28, 2014
Roundup

Morning Roundup 10/28/14

Christians and Ebola; A Tale of Two Churches; Islam's Problem
Morning Roundup 10/28/14

How Christians Should Respond to Ebola in the United StatesJeremy Writebol

Look! Common sense! From Nancy Writebol’s (the nurse who contracted Ebola) son.

A Tale of Two ChurchesChapel of Change

I thought this was a fascinating look at how churches have ...

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Oct 27, 2014
Roundup

Morning Roundup 10/27/14

Learning from African Christians; Dear Daddy; Jeremy Cowart
Morning Roundup 10/27/14

Why It's Hard to Learn from African ChristiansKevin P. Emmert

I’ve been concerned about this trend—importing theological writings from America rather than developing countries well, developing their own theologians. Here’s some remarkable tangible ...

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Oct 23, 2014
Roundup

Morning Roundup 10/23/14

Living in a Pluralist Society; Animal Welfare; Christians at Harvard
Morning Roundup 10/23/14
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5 Guidelines for Living in a Pluralist SocietyJohn D. Inazu

This is the second article I’ve highlighted from John Inazu as he is becoming on of my favorite thinkers.

Evangelicals Speak Out for Animal WelfarePatheos

Some respected names in evangelicalism ...

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Oct 22, 2014
Roundup

Morning Roundup 10/22/14

Steve Jobs on Leadership; What Americans Pray For; Reasons You're Missing Millennials

Oct 21, 2014
Roundup

Morning Roundup 10/21/14

Church Culture; InterVarsity and California; Preaching the Gospel
Morning Roundup 10/21/14

How to Shape Your Church’s CultureAndrew Hebert

Helpful look at culture from Andrew Hebert, a new friend and good thinker. Also, you can see the new church leaders site we have launched at LifeWay.

California State University SystemInterVarsity

Since I ...

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Oct 20, 2014
Roundup

Morning Roundup 10/20/14

Big Tip; Ebola Story; American Prayer

Oct 16, 2014
Roundup

Morning Roundup 10/16/14

Change of Mind; Divinity School for Liberals; Religion's Demise
Morning Roundup 10/16/14

When Should Leaders Change Their Minds?Jeff Iorg

If you are not reading Jeff Iorg’s leadership insights, you are missing out. Here is a guest post from him on Eric Geiger's blog.

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Oct 15, 2014
Leadership

Learning to Lead Differently as You Age

As we get older and the world changes around us, we must learn to lead differently and adapt our vision.
Learning to Lead Differently as You Age
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As we watch the news, we often see leaders retire. It happens in the sports world, the political realm, the educational system, and even in the religious community.

The pope retired. Pastors retire from their church ministry. Leaders of Christian organizations retire.

We ...

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Oct 15, 2014
Roundup

Morning Roundup 10/15/14

American Prayer Trends; Social Justice; Toxic Church Leaders

Oct 14, 2014
Roundup

Morning Roundup 10/14/14

Suicide Prevention; Obstacle for Women in Evangelicalism; Ken Silva
Morning Roundup 10/14/14
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Suicide Prevention: What the Church can doAdrian Warnock

So helpful from Adrian Warnock. I appreciate his writing and his passion for the hurting.

The Perception Obstacle for Women Pursuing Leadership in Evangelical WorkplacesKaren Swallow Prior

Karen Swallow ...

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