I just wanted to give some props for some blogs that I follow. I am somewhat hesitant to do this because there will be some who wonder why I have left them off the list, which is totally unintentional unless you do not blog often. My list here is of those who are pretty frequent. Another reason I hesitate is because there will be those who do not agree with some of the blogs I choose. Do note that I follow these blogs yet I do not always agree with everything the authors write about. With that being said, here is the list (Each one listed is linked directly to their blog) :
Gateways to God
Dmitri Bilgere has a unique view of God and His love, grace, and mercy. Dmitri is the author of the book by the same title. Dmitri is a workshop facilitator mainly focusing on leading people to experience God’s mercy and grace. Included on his site is a mini course based on his Gateways to God book.
Tom Vermillion is an Associate Pastor of a local Church in my area. Tom is a blogging machine. Tom writes frequently about how the Holy Spirit works in the lives of Christians and the Church. Tom is the author of Born to be Free.
Struggling With God
Steven Smith is a local Youth Minister. He has some insightful views of Biblical application. His articles give us a glimpse of everyday life with God.
Men’s Work, Life, Etc.
Jason Bachman writes primarily about Men and Faith. Jason applies his work in The Crucible Project to everyday life.
John Maxwell is one of my all-time favorite authors. His insight into leadership is second to none. I have taken many of his “Laws of Leadership” and applied them in my everyday work as well as consulting and coaching. He is probably most well-known for his book: The 21 Irrefutable Laws of Leadership.
Two other blogs that I am just beginning to follow show some promise for me. Searching for Tom Sawyer is primarily focused on raising boys to be…boys. Masculinity has lost its power over the years and the author of this blog gives some insight into that. All Our Lemmony Things touches some common applications of God’s Word and how God works in our lives.
As I continue to browse the internet, I will come across other Blogs I may list in the future. For now, enjoy the share.
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