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Morning Roundup 2/12/14
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A Call to Evangelical Engagement in the ArtsBarrett Duke

An excellent article from my friend Barrett Duke. By the way, John Stonestreet, Warren Cole Smith, and I will be at the National Religious Broadcasters annual convention in a couple of weeks discussing Christians interacting with culture.

Eleven of the Most Common Mistakes Churches MakeThom Rainer

Great insight from Thom on church mistakes.

7 Lies Pastors Often BelieveRon Edmondson

And, some helpful truth from Ron…as usual.

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Posted:February 12, 2014 at 7:00 am

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