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You lost me…

The Tavis Smiley Show features research analyst David Kinnaman, author of You Lost Me: Why Young Christians are Leaving the Church… and Rethinking Faith, explaining why more than 60% of Christian teens are leaving church.


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ginny

Thank you for mentioning auto play, the audio player was completely invisible to me on the iPhone. I was listening to the show on my way home (after church, naturally) but the segment aired in the dead spot between the garage and gettIng my desktop computer running (the table radio is all the way upstairs).

Will probably blog this later...

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ginny

Thank you for mentioning auto play, the audio player was completely invisible to me on the iPhone. I was listening to the show on my way home (after church, naturally) but the segment aired in the dead spot between the garage and gett

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Ann Fontaine

Your wish is our command JC! ~ed.

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tgflux

Can you please turn the autoplay OFF on this thread?

Thanks,

JC Fisher

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