Here are the news and opinion pieces from the past week that stood out from the rest:
- The world of Christian publishing: A guide to who owns who, and who isn't owned.
- Why didn't I think of this? VBS for seniors. Are publishers paying attention?
- The grandson of Robert H. Schuller, Bobby Schuller is now officially the new host of the Hour of Power telecast and now officially lead pastor of Shepherd's Grove.
- For those of you who have the time to run these weekly rabbit trails, you're going to need 42 minutes for this one, and about halfway through you may be tempted to bail, but I guarantee you there's nothing quite like Kirk Cameron's address last week at Liberty University as he explains the forthcoming movie Saving Christmas to an audience not entirely sure where he's taking them.
- I really hope you can't relate to this new book's title, but I suspect some might: When Bad Churches Happen To Good Pastors, coming soon from Beacon Hill Press.
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