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Apr 23, 2015
Roundup

Morning Roundup 4/23/15

Having Kids; Coaching Triads; Missional Families
Morning Roundup 4/23/15
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Did You Mean to Have All These Kids?Jen Wilkin

Go Jen! I think big families are great.

Coaching TriadsMultiply Vineyard

My friends at the Vineyard Church advance two key ideas: rural planting and learning triads. The video is worth 12 minutes.

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Apr 22, 2015
Great Commission

Aspiring to the Great Commission Is Not Enough: Knowing the Gospel Doesn’t Mean We’re Sharing It

People need the Gospel now more than ever before, but we have a mission force which has talked itself out of evangelism.
Aspiring to the Great Commission Is Not Enough: Knowing the Gospel Doesn’t Mean We’re Sharing It
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We Know the Truth, But We Aren’t Talking About It

Many church leaders are recognizing a heartbreaking reality. We have received the good news of the Gospel but we’re not actually communicating that good news. Paul writes to the church in Corinth that we are ...

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Apr 22, 2015
Roundup

Morning Roundup 4/22/15

Stop Just Going to Church; What Kind of Leader Are You? Miscarriage and Faith
Morning Roundup 4/22/15
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Stop Just Going to ChurchJeff Vanderstelt

I'll be featuring Jeff's new book on the blog next week. Good thoughts on discipleship here.

Are You a Rebellious or Submissive Leader?Selma Wilson

Thankful for Selma and everything she brings to LifeWay. Helpful ...

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Apr 21, 2015
Roundup

Morning Roundup 4/21/15

Churches as Financial Hostages; Introverts and Extroverts; Changing the World
Morning Roundup 4/21/15

Five Ways Church Members Hold the Church as a Financial HostageThom Rainer

Helpful thoughts on church life from Thom, as always.

7 Ways Extroverts Can Better Engage IntrovertsRon Edmondson

Posts about introversion and extroversion are fascinating. Ron's ...

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Apr 20, 2015
Roundup

Morning Roundup 4/20/15

Ten Commandments and Tech; A Holy People; Adoption Doesn't Fix
Morning Roundup 4/20/15
Rembrandt

Ten Reasons the Ten Commandments Are Still RelevantAllison Pond

Interesting thoughts on how the Ten Commandments apply to specifically to the Information Age.

A Holy PeopleJ. A. Medders

Helpful reflections on The Gospel Project blog.

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Apr 18, 2015
Australia
Saturday for Seminars: Australia 2015
Lachlan Fearnley / Wikipedia

It is Sunday morning in Australia right now and I'm getting ready to head to church.

I am excited to spend time with pastors and church leaders all over the country. Here is a bit of where I'll be and what I'll be doing. If we happen to cross paths, be sure ...

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Apr 16, 2015
Roundup

Morning Roundup 4/16/15

Gay Marriage; Reparative Therapy; On Being a Campus Pastor
Morning Roundup 4/16/15

American Views of Gay MarriageLifeWay Research

Important new research we just released.

How Christians Turned Against Gay Conversion TherapyJonathan Merritt

And, while on LGBT issues, this is a fascinating shift in the last few years. (You might find this First ...

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Apr 15, 2015
Leadership

Leading Change Through Care and Challenge

District-level leadership in an church network or denomination can be tricky. Some words on how to lead well.
Leading Change Through Care and Challenge
Raphael Goetter / Wikipedia

Those who lead the Church at a district, association or regional level have their own set of unique issues, simply because there are so many needs among the pastors and in the churches. As part of their stewardship of churches, such leaders have to bring change, or else why ...

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Apr 15, 2015
Roundup

Morning Roundup 4/15/15

Marco Rubio's Faith; GOP Candidate Support; Hillary's Faith
Morning Roundup 4/15/15
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I am always fascinated by the faith angle in politics. Here are three I saw this week.

5 faith facts about Marco Rubio: ‘Once a Catholic always a Catholic’Lauren Markoe

First, from Marco Rubio (and, I regularly preach at Christ Fellowship mentioned in ...

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Apr 14, 2015
Roundup

Morning Roundup 4/14/15

Time to Think; Global Christianity; Abraham Lincoln

Apr 13, 2015
Roundup

Morning Roundup 4/13/15

Sing Loudly; Church Education; Corrupt Leaders
Morning Roundup 4/13/15

Why You Need to Sing Loudly in ChurchKeith Getty

I appreciate this focus on singing in worship—it really does matter!

It Takes a Church to Educate a ChristianScot McKnight

I'm thankful that Scot keeps pushing us toward the church.

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Apr 10, 2015
Mental Illness

A New Approach to Mental Illness in the Church

We must stop ignoring mental illness and start graciously offering hope.
A New Approach to Mental Illness in the Church

Churches, we need a new approach to mental illness.

Or, maybe not new, but a more Christlike approach to mental illness.

A Question

“Why is this so uniquely difficult for Christians?” It was an astute question—the right question, really.

I was being ...

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Apr 9, 2015
Roundup

Morning Roundup 4/9/15

Contraception and Faith; Writing on the Wall for Christians; 7 Abilities of Senior Leaders
Morning Roundup 4/9/15
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Contraception and FaithAmy Julia Becker

Any Julia Becker is walking through a series on contraception, looking at and considering different views. It’s worth your time.

The Writing’s on the Wall for ChristiansRod Dreher

Be sure to read this article ...

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Apr 8, 2015
Roundup

Morning Roundup 4/8/15

Preaching Religious Liberty; Religious Freedom and You; Interview with a Christian
Morning Roundup 4/8/15

3 Reasons to Preach on Religious LibertyDan Darling

Lots of focus on cultural issues today, including an article from Dan Darling on why pastors should speak up.

Not-So-Holy Week: Indiana, Religious Freedom, and YouChris Martin

Chris Martin, a millennial who ...

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Apr 7, 2015
Books

20 Truths from Thriving in Babylon by Larry Osborne

What can we learn from Daniel's time in Babylon?
20 Truths from Thriving in Babylon by Larry Osborne
Briton Riviere

1. Obviously Gods hand was on Daniel... He was a man of great hope, humility and wisdom. (9)

2. God doesn't have a temper problem. His discipline and judgement are perfect in timing and scope. When it comes to dealing with his people and children, his harshest judgements ...

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