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Ordinary Cook, Unlikely Hero – “He is history’s most widely read preacher outside of Scripture. More written material exists from him than from any other Christian author, living or dead. It’s estimated he preached to more than 10 million people during his lifetime. The ripple effect of his life and ministry is immeasurable. And he got his theology from an old school cook.”

Multisite Evolution – Ed Stetzer reflects on the multisite revolution. “Whatever your opinion of multisite may be, there can be no doubt it is the new normal. Multisite has joined a list of models and approaches that were once out of the mainstream and now is commonplace– most of us know of one or more multisite churches.”

10 Love Challenges – Imagine if each person in your church accepted each of these 10 love challenges from David Murray.

How I Shut Down Two Porn Shops – The title is a little bit cheeky, but I enjoyed the article.

Satan’s Permission – Paul Tautges offers some thoughts on Satan requesting permission to sift Peter like wheat.

A Better Country for Old Men – A big thumbs up to David Mathis’ plea to older Christian men.


There is no place like the feet of Jesus for resolving the problems that perplex our hearts.

—G.B. Duncan

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