Weekend Edition—May 27, 2016

Problems at Baylor, Poverty, Millennial roommates, church signs and more!
Weekend Edition—May 27, 2016

4 Ways The Gospel Is Shaping My ParentingMichael Kelley

A very helpful take on parenting as a Christian.

The Ken Starr-Baylor story shows how religious schools struggle to deal with sex assaultMichelle Boorstein

Christian schools, unfortunately, are not immune from this scourge.

(See this parallel story from KWTX-10.)

Majority of American Christians Do Not Find Bible Reading and Church Attendance EssentialChris Martin

Chris examines Pew Research data about Bible reading and church attendance habits.

What Does It Mean To Be Poor?—Spiegel Online

Other developed countries (Germany in this instance) also deal with poverty.

Millennials' Most Common Roommates: Their ParentsAdrienne Green

This should inform churches in their efforts to reach the millennial generation.

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This Week on The Exchange

The Divorce Delusion: Marriage Matters for the Gospel's Sake

Living in a (Nominal) Religious Context

Amplifying Evangelism—One Critical Component in Becoming an Engaging Church

The Christian Struggle with Mental Illness

Saturday is for Seminars—The Gideons and the Amplify Conference

Amplifying Evangelism—A Call to Share the Faith

Church Signs

Now we know it will be exactly two weeks long.

When you run out of money before the all important “bad message” section.

I think someone’s creativity needs a lift.

Thanks to Jonathan Whitlock, yours truly, and Shane Barry for this week’s signs. As always, you can tweet your church sign pics to @EdStetzer.

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