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Wednesday November 14, 2007

Sellings Books in the Church
Guest blogging at Gazing at Glory, J. A. Ingold, a deacon at Capitol Hill Baptist Church, recently provided a series about selling books in the church. There is good information here for any church!


When Nougat is More Meaningful Than God
Prodigal Jon writes about advertising and meaning. “So then, if the church is failing to provide meaning, what does that mean? What does that look like, why does it matter that millions of dollars is spent every year telling people nougat is more meaningful than God?”


Man Marries Dog
To atone for sin committed against dogs, a man in India, following advice given him, has now married a dog. After all, it’s the most obvious solution…


2008 Desiring God Pastor’s Conference
Registration for the 2008 Desiring God Pastor’s Conference is now open.


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