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Nov 21, 2014
CPLF

Church Planting Leadership Fellowship November 2014: Dallas, TX

Check out what happened at CPLF November 2014 in Dallas, TX.
Church Planting Leadership Fellowship November 2014: Dallas, TX

What could happen if we gathered together a large room full of the most significant and influential church planting leaders in the country? That was the question I asked myself a few years ago. It occurred to me that leaders who lead church planting efforts at the denominational ...

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Nov 20, 2014
Roundup

Morning Roundup 11/20/14

Overspending Churches; Converting Catholics; Bob Jones University Investigation

Nov 19, 2014
Worship

A Letter to My Worship Leaders (Part 2)

Silence, flow, and theology all play important parts in the work of a worship leader.
A Letter to My Worship Leaders (Part 2)
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After sharing points one through four yesterday, let's pick back up with points five through eight:

5. Churches and worship leaders are all over the board as it pertains to the amount of talking the worship leader does.

We, as a church, lean more toward the less talking ...

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Nov 19, 2014
Roundup

Morning Roundup 11/19/14

End of Mideast Christianity?; Atheism in China; Exercising Power and Wise Boundaries
Morning Roundup 11/19/14
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Is This the End for Mideast Christianity?—Philip Jenkins

Fascinating long form article from Philip Jenkins in Christianity Today. This is the reason you should be subscribing to things like CT. We need such writing.

For more from Jenkins, read my interview with him ...

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Nov 18, 2014
Worship

A Letter to My Worship Leaders (Part 1)

Worship leaders have one of the most important roles in the church, here is my letter to mine.
A Letter to My Worship Leaders (Part 1)
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Dear worship leader,

You are one of the most important people in the life of our church.

You are entrusted with the task of standing before our people weekly and leading them into the very presence of God. Your role is to point people to Jesus, not yourself; yet, you ...

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Nov 18, 2014
LifeWay

Want to Be My Executive Assistant?

I'm looking for a new Executive Assistant to serve on the team at LifeWay.
Want to Be My Executive Assistant?

So, I am looking for a new Executive Assistant.

My current EA is Dwayne Ewers. You might want to know that as you get more interested. He can fill you in on what it is like.

Dwayne has been faithfully serving for almost three years now. When he came, I asked him to serve ...

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Nov 18, 2014
Roundup

Morning Roundup 11/18/14

Christian Fighting; Disarray of American Theology; Pro-Life Democrats
Morning Roundup 11/18/14

Stuff First-Century Christians Fought AboutDerwin Gray

My friend Derwin Gray continues to pound the multicultural drum...and he has the chops and theology to do so.

American theology in disarray, survey showsNick Eicher

Nick Eicher calls the theology of Americans ...

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Nov 17, 2014
Roundup

Morning Roundup 11/17/14

Paying Pastors; People Changing Faiths; Australian Radio Interview
Morning Roundup 11/17/14
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Marryin' & Buryin': How Much Should I Pay the Pastor?—Mark "aka pastor guy"

You may have read Art Rainer's article on paying the guest preacher. Here, Mark (who goes to Grace Church) shares his insight on weddings and funerals.

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Nov 13, 2014
Roundup

Morning Roundup 11/13/14

Over and Under Pastoring; Purgatory and Protestants; Zimzum
Morning Roundup 11/13/14

Over-Pastoring and Under-PastoringTim Chester

Helpful article from the Chester…

Does purgatory have a prayer with Protestants?David Gibson

I must confess to being surprised that purgatory is a thing for Protestants, but this story persuaded that some, ...

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Nov 12, 2014
Roundup

Morning Roundup 11/12/14

Churches Over Budget; Discipleship and Authenticity; Wives of Evangelicalism
Morning Roundup 11/12/14
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Study: 1 in 4 Churches Spend Over Their BudgetRELEVANT

It’s always interesting to see how people report our research. In this case, they focused on the overspending of their budget, which I think is one of the more important elements of the story. Thanks, RELEVANT, ...

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Nov 11, 2014
Roundup

Morning Roundup 11/11/14

Hobby Lobby Take Two; Methodist Revival; Drifting Secular
Morning Roundup 11/11/14

Hobby Lobby take two? Moody encourages witnessing at work—Sarah Jones

Fascinating take on what is clearly a constitutional prerogative—sharing your faith at work.

The Coming Methodist Revival?John Murdock

John Murdock on Methodism, including a reference ...

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Nov 10, 2014
Roundup

Morning Roundup 11/10/14

Same Outfit; Guilt is Good?; Episcopalians
Morning Roundup 11/10/14
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The Genius of Wearing the Same Outfit Every DayPaul Petrone

Yes, I wear jeans, a black untucked shirt, black shoes, and a blazer every day. Now you know why!

Guilt is good? Oy! #NowTheyTellMeCathy Lynn Grossman

Fascinating look at guilt from Cathy Grossman. ...

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Nov 7, 2014
Mental Illness

Mental Illness, the Church, and a Helpful Resource

When it comes to mental illness and the church, Religion Link is a great resource to explore for more information.
Mental Illness, the Church, and a Helpful Resource
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More than 60 million Americans will experience some form of mental illness this year, according to the National Alliance on Mental Illness. That means one in four Americans will find their lives touched by serious depression, schizophrenia, bipolar disorder or other form ...

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Nov 6, 2014
Roundup

Morning Roundup 11/6/14

Alzheimer's and Glen Campbell; Scientific Study of Religion; Theological Views
Morning Roundup 11/6/14
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'Thank you, heavenly Father': Faith, Alzheimer's and my husband Glen Campbell—Kim Campbell

A sweet and thoughtful look at Glen Campbell, Alzheimer's, and faith, from his wife Kim. Be sure to read Second Forgetting which we highlighted here.

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Nov 5, 2014
Roundup

Morning Roundup 11/5/14

Others' Voices; Mental Health and Church; Vanishing Church
Morning Roundup 11/5/14

You Need Others’ VoicesJosh King

Great insight (and an important reminder) from Josh King at our church leaders site.

Mental Health And The Welcoming Church -- All Together PodcastPaul Brandeis Raushenbush

Paul Raushenbush interviews Rick and Kay Warren ...

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