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List of blogs I read

04 Nov

What is so amazing about the world we live in is that we have easy and quick access to information available at the touch of a button!

I love to read and I love to buy books.  But, for those of us who may not have a large amount of funds available to buy books, there are many great authors, pastors, leaders, etc. who write on a regular basis.  And the bast part is this: you can read from them for free!

Here is a list of blogs that I read:

Big Is The New Small – Scott Williams has great insights on church, leadership, and culture.

Ed Stetzer – Ed is a pastor and a researcher with LifeWay research.  He does tons of research and has incredibly valuable information about churches and about trends in culture, especially here in the U.S.

Seth Godin – He’s a genius.  Enough said.

Doug Fields – Doug is one of the United States’ most experienced and well known youth pastors.  He’s got incredible thoughts and resources.

Matthew Paul Turner – Also called “Jesus Needs New PR”.  A great sight with interesting finds in the world of Christianity.

Michael Hyatt – A well known author who has worked in the publishing world.  He writes a lot about that and about leadership in general.  Great insights!

Jon Acuff – Also known as “Stuff Christians Like”.  He.  Is.  Hilarious.  Read it!

Tony Morgan Live – He writes on leadership, church marketing, church staffing, and more.  Great thoughts!

Ragamuffin Soul – Carlos Whittaker has great insights into family, life, culture, church, and so much more.  It’s a little bit of everything and a whole lot of good stuff!

Storyline Blog – Donald Miller (plus some friends) have some incredible posts on a variety of topics.  He’s a great author, very creative, and has good insights into the creative and writing process.  You’ll also find a post by my friend John Sowers there.

There’s a few more that I read…but if you haven’t read many before, the above list is a good beginning.

Let me know what you think!

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