During this 30 days challenge to myself (which I am still questioning) I haven't read a lot of the bogs I usually frequent. However, as my 30 days draws near to close, I thought I would mention some other blogs that I really enjoy reading:
Kevin DeYooung http://thegospelcoalition.org/blogs/kevindeyoung/ - Kevin is one of my favorite writers. I think he is one of the clearest thinkers and talented writers in the Church today. He continually challenges me with what he has to offer.
Merely Theological http://fm.thevillagechurch.net/blog/theology/ - Part of the blog series produced by the Village Church in Dallas, TX, this blog provides insightful topics from the world of theology.
Justin Taylor http://thegospelcoalition.org/blogs/justintaylor/ - Similar to DeYoung, Justin always seems to have well written, interesting posts on a variety of current, relevant topics
JR Vassar http://jrvassar.posterous.com/ - Although JR seems to disappear from the blog world at times (I can relate) his posts are usually written towards the heart of pastors. I think he must be a really cool dude.
Mars Hill Blog http://blog.marshillchurch.org/ - Resource Rich! Pastor Mark Driscoll and the team at Mars Hill are always on the cutting edge of what is happening with churches around the world. I consistently learn something new when visiting this blog.
Tarheel Fan Blog http://www.tarheelfanblog.com/ - Not much explanation needed here.....everyone has their vices...right?
Grace Student Ministry Blog http://unafide65.wordpress.com - I am obviously bias on this one. All the latest happenings, videos, photos and random thoughts from our student ministry staff and leaders.
Challies http://www.challies.com/ - This dude knows books! It seems like every few days he has a very thorough book review posted. I love books so naturally I am drawn to gain his latest thoughts. The only problem is I spend too much time on his blog and not enough time reading the books he recommends.
So there is a handful of blogs that I visit on a regular basis....I would love to hear where you spend your time online?
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