Link roundup

Here are a few interesting links – just in time for a little weekend reading.

+ Tim Keller on what it takes for a church to become a reproducing church. (You’ve got to give up something)

+ Chris Elrod tells how totals don’t tell the whole picture in the life of a church. He also gives a picture of an average day in the life of a church planter.

+ Gary Lamb rants on music stands. Shouldn’t worship leaders know what they’re playing?

+ Scott McKnight talks about 20somethings and sustainable faith. Looks like most young adults disengage from faith during the time in between their teens and having a family.

+ Jim Perdue disagrees with the idea of “church-lite”.

+ Michael Lukaszewski talks about the solution to church-lite: realizing that seekers aren’t stupid.

+ For the leader: Five books every leader needs.

+ What happens when a church tones down the show and leaves their meetings a little rough around the edges?

+ A reminder: to preach a powerful message, you’ve got to live a powerful life. You are the message.

+ And finally, this may be odd, but we’ve been watching season two of 24, and this guy looks like he could be Tony Almeida’s brother. Now you know.

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