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Apr 22, 2014
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Morning Roundup 4/22/14

Christian Movies; Theological Education; Pastors Unite Despite Division |
Morning Roundup 4/22/14
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Christian Movies at the Box Office—Box Office Mojo

I'm just fascinated at the success of God's Not Dead. Take a look at this list.

I've had the author of the book, God's Not Dead on The Exchange to talk about evangelism a couple of times, once with me and once with Micah Fries and Adrian Warnock.

What If? ... Rethinking Theological Education—Tom Steffen

Tom Steffen passed this on to me... and I wanted to pass it on to you.

Two Ministers Forge Friendship Across a Church DivideMichael Paulson

Here's a fascinating story from the New York Times national religion reporter, Michael Paulson. BTW, I'll be preaching at Truro Church in June.

Guest host Micah Fries guides a conversation with Eric Geiger and me about why small groups in church matter.

Eric and I co-wrote a book using the largest discipleship research study to date called Transformational Groups. In this clip, we talk about the difference between association and participation when it comes to small groups. Don't forget to join me every Tuesday at 3:00 PM Eastern for The Exchange

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Posted:April 22, 2014 at 7:00 am

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