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Aug 3, 2015
Roundup

Morning Roundup 8/3/15

Atheists and Jews Not Welcome; Freedom To Not Bake A Cake; Best Christian Workplaces
Morning Roundup 8/3/15

America welcomes Christians, Jews; atheists, Muslims not so much - Cathy Lynn Grossman

Cathy Grossman does her usual excellent job of filling out the context of our data—talking to an atheist and a Muslim.

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Jul 31, 2015
Pastors

3 Sermon Prep tips for Bi-vocational Pastors

Being a bi-vocational pastor can be dreadfully taxing. Marty Duren shares how to make sermon prep not as burdensome.
3 Sermon Prep tips for Bi-vocational Pastors
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There may be no more under appreciated person in the Kingdom that the bi-vocational pastor. Many of them are the only staff member of a small church. They work a job during the week and are still expected to perform most, if not all, of the ministry functions of a full-time ...

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Jul 30, 2015
Roundup

Morning Roundup 7/30/15

Saying No; Religious Freedom; Horse Soring
Morning Roundup 7/30/15

Three Reasons Leaders Must Constantly Say "No"Eric Geiger

I’ve REALLY been learning this truth. And, Geiger provides us more helpful guidance on saying no.

Few around the globe live where all religions are free & equalTobin Grant

Tobin (did ...

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Jul 29, 2015
Roundup

Morning Roundup 7/29/15

Bible in "Watchman"; Diverse Religions; Gay Marriage and Religious Freedom
Morning Roundup 7/29/15

Where’s the Bible in Harper Lee’s ‘Watchman’?Cathy Lynn Grossman

Cathy Lynn Grossman asks a good question (as only a religion reporter can) about the sequel to To Kill a Mockingbird.

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Jul 28, 2015
Roundup

Morning Roundup 7/28/15

Accountability for Sex offenders; Dealing with Criticism; Index of Culture
Morning Roundup 7/28/15
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A careful grace: Accountability for sex offenders in the churchBoz Tchvidjian

I’ve written a lot about protecting children (here, here, and more) and even have hosted Boz on the blog. I’ve also been thinking about how we might best be a place of grace for ...

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Jul 27, 2015
Roundup

Morning Roundup 7/27/15

Donald Trump's Faith; Burning Man 2015; Evangelicals and Gay Marriage
Morning Roundup 7/27/15
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Trump believes in God, but hasn't sought forgivenessEugene Scott

More fascinating stuff on the faith of the candidates. This time, a good story from CNN’s Eugene Scott.

Burning Man 2015Billy Graham Center for Evangelism

I will be sharing more about ...

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Jul 26, 2015
Mission

Feed My Starving Children: A Miami Mission Experience

I am thankful for the ways Christ Fellowship Church seeks to serve the weak and hungry.
Feed My Starving Children: A Miami Mission Experience

I am in Miami right now, between services at Christ Fellowship, and I thought I'd post about a service project I participated in the last time I was here.

As I’ve mentioned before, Christ Fellowship is a large church of about 10,000—we call that a gigachurch—so ...

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Jul 24, 2015
Interview

Living on Mission in Your Community: An Interview with Pastor Clayton Reed

I am thankful for the ministry of Clayton Reed and for how he serves his community.
Living on Mission in Your Community: An Interview with Pastor Clayton Reed

Ed Stetzer: Clayton, what does it mean to you to be given the “Citizen of the Year” award at the 2015 Southlake Chamber of Commerce banquet?

Clayton Reed: It was totally unexpected. There were a number of local people nominated that had deep, longstanding ties to ...

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Jul 23, 2015
Roundup

Morning Roundup 7/23/15

Gov. John Kasich's Faith; Pastors' Mental Health; Spread of Religion
Morning Roundup 7/23/15
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5 faith facts about Gov. John Kasich: ‘God is with me wherever I happen to be’Cathy Lynn Grossman

So, you may recall I am tracking these faith stories from the candidates, and the ever-busy Cathy Lynn Grossman is keeping us informed!

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Jul 22, 2015
Roundup

Morning Roundup 7/22/15

Spotting Fake News; Women in Church; Young Girls Are Watching
Morning Roundup 7/22/15

5 Tips for Spotting Fake NewsBob Smietana

Bob Smietana, who is in charge of Christianity Today news, has a great post on how to spot fake news. Well done, sir. Let’s start a crusade!

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Jul 21, 2015
Interview

Fighting Ebola for the Sake of the Gospel: The Story of Kent and Amber Brantly

Medical missionaries like Kent and Amber Brantly put hands and feet on the sacrificial love of the gospel.
Fighting Ebola for the Sake of the Gospel: The Story of Kent and Amber Brantly

Earlier today on The Exchange, I talked with Dr. Kent and Amber Brantly. I asked them about their call, the challenges of serving and then leaving, their ministry, their thoughts about Ann Coulter's comments (calling him idiotic) and more.

You may not remember Kent, ...

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Jul 21, 2015
Roundup

Morning Roundup 7/21/15

Planned Parenthood Rhetoric; Planned Parenthood Video in Context; Trivialization of Life
Morning Roundup 7/21/15
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The Rhetorical Tear Gas of Planned ParenthoodJared Oliphint

Jared Oliphint helps people to cut through the fog of language on Planned Parenthood issues.

The Planned Parenthood video in contextLauren Carroll

So much has been made over the language, “selling” ...

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Jul 20, 2015
Roundup

Morning Roundup 7/20/15

Early Church Government; God and America; Fuller and Me
Morning Roundup 7/20/15
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Were Early Churches Ruled by Elders or a Single Bishop?Michael Kruger

Michael Kruger gives a helpful look at how the early church worked in regard to the plurality of elders. Very soon after that we see the rise of the monarchial episcopate, but plurality was the norm ...

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Jul 16, 2015
Roundup

Morning Roundup 7/16/15

American Girl; Planned Parenthood; Leadership Lessons from Joshua
Morning Roundup 7/16/15
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American Girls and the Nine-Year-Olds Making HistoryMorgan Lee

As a dad who has bought a few American Girl dolls for his daughter, and knows many of their names and historical eras, I liked Morgan’s article.

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Jul 15, 2015
Roundup

Morning Roundup 7/15/15

Evaluating Your Church; Divorce Surge is Over; Talking with Kids About Love
Morning Roundup 7/15/15
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Why Evaluating Your Church is BiblicalScott Attebery

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The Divorce Surge Is Over, but the Myth Lives OnClaire Cain Miller

And, yes, math is hard. Facts are our friends. And research myths really irritate me. ;-)

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