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Max Lucado: Dangerous Voices

Don't be quick to believe what others say about you—whether it's bad or especially if it's good.
Max Lucado: Dangerous Voices

Max Lucado is a steady voice of faith in a world that is changing wildly. As pastor of Oak Hills Church in San Antonio, Texas, he’s written numerous best-selling books without being divisive or reactionary. In his latest book, Glory Days: Living Your Promised Land Life Now, Lucado writes about the pervasive nature of cultural influences. “Voices await you today. At work, in your cul-de-sac, at school, on the Internet. They’re waiting for you. They stand on the intersections of your social life and family. You can’t eliminate their presence. But you can prepare for their invitation.” For Lucado faith is a constant source of strength that helps us put those voices into perspective. We talked to Lucado about how his faith helps him in the face of an increasingly traumatic and noisy world.

In Glory Days you write about the Internet, and public schools, and community. But beyond these broad sources of influence, could you tell us about the kinds of voices you ...

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