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Aug 27, 2014
Roundup

Morning Roundup 8/27/14

Character First; Multi-Ethnic Churches and Injustice; U.S. and Babylon

Aug 26, 2014
Roundup

Morning Roundup 8/26/14

Suburban Slums; Sex, Peyote, and Religious Liberty; Discipleship in Groups
Morning Roundup 8/26/14
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The Frightening Growth of Suburban SlumsJordan Weissmann

We’ve had Linda Berquist here on the blog to discuss the suburban poor. Here is another important article on the subject.

From peyote to sex: Religious liberty fight recastRachel Zoll

Be sure to ...

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Aug 25, 2014
Roundup

Morning Roundup 8/25/14

#ShareACoke Baby Announcement; Comfort Zone Kills; Theological Legacy
Morning Roundup 8/25/14
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Christian Couple Responds After #ShareACoke Baby Announcement Goes ViralMarie Osborne

OK, I loved this video and the story is even better...

Don’t Let Your Comfort Zone Kill Your ChurchChris Martin

Good thoughts here from Chris on churches getting out ...

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Aug 24, 2014
Criticism

Sunday is for Series: How a Christian Should Critique Criticism

Everyone receives criticism. How can Christians reflect Jesus in how they face it?
Sunday is for Series: How a Christian Should Critique Criticism

Criticism matters—you need it. I need it. Whether you like it or not, if you lead, you will receive criticism. There are times when you should seek criticism and there are times when it seeks you. Every occasion of criticism is an opportunity to discern and an invitation ...

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Aug 21, 2014
Roundup

Morning Roundup 8/21/14

The Lord's Supper; Changing Face of Homosexuality Debate; Authentic Discipleship
Morning Roundup 8/21/14

The Lord's Supper: Sip It, Don't Dip ItJoe Thorn

I know this may seem obscure to many of you, but take a minute to read this. I think it is helpful.

Gay, Christian, and Celibate: The Changing Face of the Homosexuality DebateSarah Pulliam Bailey

SPB (my ...

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Aug 20, 2014
Race

It's Time to Listen: "Feeling the Pain Despite the Facts," a guest post by Bryan Loritts

Bryan Loritts explains the importance of feeling the pain of African-American brothers and sisters.
It's Time to Listen: "Feeling the Pain Despite the Facts," a guest post by Bryan Loritts

The slain corpse of Michael Brown’s body has decimated the myth that racism is no longer festering in our hearts. In the aftermath of his demise, there have been riots in his hometown and on social media. In the Christian community, the commentary has likewise been ...

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Aug 20, 2014
Roundup

Morning Roundup 8/20/14

Robin Williams' Faith; Italian Evangelicals Wary; Human Progress Died
Morning Roundup 8/20/14
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Could Robin Williams’ Faith Have Prevented His Suicide?Jim Daly

Helpful words from Jim Daly, including a mention of our forthcoming research.

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Aug 19, 2014
Roundup

Morning Roundup 8/19/14

Sin of Racism; Pastors and Social Media; Planes Avoid Storm
Morning Roundup 8/19/14

John Perkins: The Sin of Racism Made Ferguson Escalate So QuicklyAmy Julia Becker

Here is a a look at Ferguson from an evangelical icon of justice, John Perkins.

Seven Warnings for Church Leaders Who Use Social MediaThom Rainer

Thom Rainer has some good counsel ...

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Aug 18, 2014
Roundup

Morning Roundup 8/18/14

Lying About Church Attendance; Robin Williams; Early American Christians
Morning Roundup 8/18/14
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Whose Lie Is It Anyway? Americans Aren’t Honest About Church AttendanceAaron Earls

Aaron Earls reports in our Facts and Trends magazine about how people overestimate their church attendance.

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Aug 14, 2014
Roundup

Morning Roundup 8/14/14

Brazil Culture Wars; Effects of Ebola; Leaders Receive Too Much Credit/Blame

Aug 13, 2014
Leadership

Why I Gathered a Women’s Mentoring and Networking Group

Use your influence to encourage emerging women leaders around you.
Why I Gathered a Women’s Mentoring and Networking Group

Too often, we can miss the gifts of others. That's human nature, I guess.

The fact is, God has gifted all His people, and the work of Christ is benefited when we acknowledge and engage different people and their different gifts. I thought it was worth a moment to share ...

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Aug 13, 2014
Roundup

Morning Roundup 8/13/14

Faith-Based Films; Fact-Checking Sermons; Modern Camp Meetings
Morning Roundup 8/13/14

Editorial: Can Hollywood keep the faith in faith-based films?Deseret News

Here is an interesting story on faith-based films that uses some of our LifeWay Research data.

You Might Want to Fact-Check Your Pastor’s SermonBob Smietana

Bob Smietana (from our ...

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Aug 12, 2014
Roundup

Morning Roundup 8/12/14

IRS and Atheists; Getting Fired from Your First Pastorate; Transformational Churches
Morning Roundup 8/12/14
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IRS to Atheists: Okay, We'll Investigate Pulpit Freedom Sunday PastorsKate Tracy

This should force the confrontation that many have been wanting (and trying to provoke). LifeWay Research has done the only research on this, basically seeing that Americans don’t ...

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Aug 11, 2014
Roundup

Morning Roundup 8/11/14

Be a Heretic; Wear the Same Clothes Everyday; Preacher Improvement
Morning Roundup 8/11/14

Become a Heretic for a WhileMarc Cortez

Although I don’t recommend becoming a heretic, Marc Cortez tempts me.

The New Habit Challenge: Wear the Same Clothes EverydayRachel Gillett

For what it is worth, I have six black shirts, five pairs of jeans, two ...

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Aug 8, 2014
Leadership

Evangelism Is A Core Leadership Quality

If church leaders want their members to evangelize, they have to be willing to do so themselves.
Evangelism Is A Core Leadership Quality
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If we want evangelistic people, we must model that as leaders. You can’t lead what you won’t live.

Many Christians love evangelism as long as somebody else is doing it. It’s kind of a recurring theme that people want to talk about it or even bemoan the ...

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HOPE International ministry executive and authors Peter Greer and Chris Horst discuss how organizations drift from their original mission in this episode of The Exchange.

Peter Greer is the President and CEO of HOPE International, a Christian faith-based, nonprofit focused on alleviating physical and spiritual poverty through microenterprise development. Chris Horst is the organization's development director. Together they wrote Mission Drift: The Unspoken Crisis Facing Leaders, Charities, and Churches.

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