This week on The Exchange with Ed Stetzer, Carmen Fowler LaBerge, President of The Presbyterian Lay Committee, joins Ed to discuss the history of the Presbyterian church and the future of mainline denominations. Also DA Horton will help us contextualize the gospel into the language of the urban core, Tony Merida wraps up a 2-part series on creating an adoption culture in your church, and bad church signs.
Jenni Catron joined Ed Stetzer in studio to discuss leadership principles from her book Clout.
Most recently she served for nine years as the Executive Director of Cross Point Church in Nashville, Tenn., where she led the staff and oversaw the ministry of its five campuses. Prior to joining the staff of Cross Point, she worked in Artist Development in the Christian music industry.
Jenni’s passion is to lead well and to inspire, equip and encourage others to do the same. She speaks at conferences and churches nationwide, seeking to help others develop their leadership gifts and lead confidently in the different spheres of influence God has granted them. Jenni blogs at www.jennicatron.com and contributes to a number of other online publications including churchleader.com and catalystspace.com. Outreach Magazine has recognized Jenni as one of the 30 emerging influencers reshaping church leadership and she has been featured in Church Executive magazine as well.
On this episode of The Exchange with Ed Stetzer:
Timothy Tennent, President of Asbury Theological Seminary, discusses historic Christianity and today’s church with host Ed Stetzer. Also DA Horton will help us contextualize the gospel into the language of the urban core, pastor and professor Tony Merida begins a two-part series on creating an adoption culture in your church, and bad church signs.
Guest host Micah Fries hosts Dr. Tony Merida in this episode of The Exchange.
Merida is the founding pastor of Imago Dei Church in Raleigh, NC. He also serves as the Associate Professor of Preaching at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. He is married to Kimberly, with whom he has five adopted children.
Merida is the author of Faithful Preaching and Proclaiming Jesus. He is also the co-author of Orphanology. Along with David Platt and Danny Akin, Merida serves as a general editor and as contributor for the upcoming commentary series with B&H entitled Christ-Centered Exposition.
On this episode of the Exchange with Ed Stetzer:
Kirk Cameron, actor and producer, shares his testimony, and discusses the culture wars along with his new film Saving Christmas. DA Horton will help us contextualize the gospel into the language of the urban core. More training from Ministry Grid and small Group expert Steve Gladen along with bad church signs.