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Jul 29, 2016
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Weekend Edition—July 29, 2016

Disaster Relief, Excuses, Sharing faith, Church signs, and more! |
Weekend Edition—July 29, 2016

Preaching in the Wake of DisasterJamie Aten

Bringing hope to victims of a disaster is a great opportunity and responsibility.

Conflict Resolution, Excuses, and Race RelationsBarnabas Piper

Isn’t it about time we who claim the gospel move forward—fast—toward racial reconciliation?

After Childhood Abuse, How Can I Trust Others with My Kids?Nana Dolce

A thoughtful answer to the question of how to protect our kids and minister to others.

Stop Assuming Your Neighbors Are Hostile to Your FaithTrevin Wax

This is a good word. God is at work in people’s lives whether we see it or not.

One thing we can always have confidence inAaron Armstrong

Providence doesn’t mean that we see every possibility, only that God does.

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Earlier This Week on The Exchange

God in Our Midst

99 Essential Doctrines Christians Should Know

Why You Should Use Stats in Ministry

Don’t Be the Bottleneck

Saturday is for Seminars—Church Planting Leaders and The Defenders Apologetics Conference in Chicago

20 Truths from The Church as Movement by JR Woodward and Dan White, Jr.

Trends in Church Architecture, Part 5

Church Signs

Culturally relevant in the extreme, or right on the money?

Nothing like a little grace guilt to start your week.

Is that supposed to be a quote from Jesus?

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