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Tuesday, July 14, 2015

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Christianity Today Direct Newsletter
 
Tuesday, July 14, 2015
 
Her.meneutics
Can We Declutter Our Way to Christ?
On the minimalism trend and the allure of living with less.
Kate Shellnutt
One of the most gratifying experiences during my workweek is "inbox zero." It's when I have responded to, filed, or deleted all of the emails I receive in a given week. Some have called it the "Holy Grail of the digital lifestyle," seemingly impossible because responding to emails only brings more...email. continue reading >>


Gleanings
Churches Hold Off on Divestment
Episcopalians and Mennonites don't divest from Israel, while a pro-Israel campus group gets a $20 million jumpstart.
 
Her.meneutics
American Girls and the Nine-Year-Olds Making History
A tribute to the dolls that shaped my childhood.
Morgan Lee, guest writer
 
The Exchange
Lead Your Church to Be a Sending Church
No matter how small or young your church may be, you can lead your church to be a sending church.
Ed Stetzer
 
The Exchange
Morning Roundup 7/14/15
United Church Aids Palestinians; Post-Christendom; Ranking Religions Acceptance of SSM
Ed Stetzer
 
News
5 Reasons Why the Gospel of Jesus' Wife Is a Fake
How other scholars and I verified the fragment's inauthenticity.
Simon J. Gathercole
 
News
A Clash of Church and Cake
10 questions about the Oregon bakers fined $135K for not baking a same-sex wedding cake.
Bob Smietana
 
Her.meneutics
The Rise of Women and the Manhood Crisis
'Malestrom' author: When women flourish, men flourish too.
Carolyn Custis James, guest writer
 
Movie Review
Minions
Is it better to go see this franchise entry than to sit in your living room as a family staring at your iPads?
Jackson Cuidon
 
Gleanings
Creditors to Decide Family Christian Stores' Fate
Bankruptcy judge will let creditors vote to approve (or deny) Family Christian's plan to stay open.
Sarah Eekhoff Zylstra
 
The Exchange
Some Thoughts on Church Buildings in Brazil: Cidade Viva
Brazilian churches look at their buildings differently than we Americans do.
Ed Stetzer

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