May 6, 2016Humor, Leadership

Weekend Edition—May 6, 2016

Speaking for the vulnerable, China, church signs, and more!
Weekend Edition—May 6, 2016

#FearIsNotOurPolicy, Refugees, and Speaking for the Vulnerable—Alan Cross

Threats to religious liberty take many forms; they aren’t always overt.

The Tension Between Being Available and Being Accessible as a LeaderRon Edmondson

Ron’s leadership counsel never disappoints.

Protégés Who Become Presidents—Trinity International University

David Dockery is one of the great leaders of our day. Christian education in America owes him an immeasurable debt.

After Pastor's Wife Buried Alive, Chinese Church Wins Land Battle—Sarah Eekhoff Zylstra

Sometimes we in the West need to remember what real persecution looks like.

4 Dangers of a Leader’s Echo ChamberArt Rainer

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Earlier This Week on The Exchange

Taking Aim at Worship

How Many Evangelicals? An Interview with Brian Stiller

Some Thoughts on Mass Evangelism

Missiology, Church Models, and Cultural Alignment

Saturday is for Seminars—The LifeWay Pastors Breakfast at the SBC in St. Louis

Dear Church Planter, I Believe in You


At least we know who the sign person isn’t.

1992 called and needs its sign back.

I have to admit: if I attended and The Eagles didn’t do the special music I’d be disappointed.

Thanks to Joshua Dickens, Mark Jenkins, and Michael Spivey for this week's church signs. As always you can tweet pics of church signs you see to @EdStetzer.

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Weekend Edition—May 6, 2016