May 13, 2016Culture, Humor, Leadership

Weekend Edition—May 13, 2016

Distinctly Christian colleges, Day of Reason, Twitter for Churches, Church Signs, and more!
Weekend Edition—May 13, 2016

The Right to Be Differently Excellent: Why Christian Colleges Should Be Allowed to Be Christian—Adam J. MacLeod

Israeli Christians Think and Do Almost the Opposite of American Evangelicals—Sarah Eekhoff Zylstra

Humanists push for a National Day of Reason—Kimberly Winston

Nine Ways Your Church Can Use Twitter on SundaysJonathan Howe

How Diversity Can Save Conservatism (and the Nation)—Joseph Sunde

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Church Signs

If they hand you a plate and silverware make sure to get in the right line.

I’m guessing some kind of shine was involved.

I guess this is better than “Tithe if you love Mom!”

Thanks to Wes Mills, Marty Duren, and Casey Hughes for this week's church signs. As always you can tweet pics of church signs you see to @EdStetzer.

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