Question: What Blogs Are Meaningful to You?

computer.jpgAgain, I want to ask for your opinion.  I want to put together a brief list of meaningful blogs.  That is, blogs that are meaningful to those who read this one.

What blogs are meaningful to you?  

Perhaps there are blogs you check every day or several times a week.  Perhaps there are blogs you have been reading for a long time.  There may be blogs that you find yourself coming to again and again.

In a comment, would you mind leaving the author’s name, a link, and anything else you would like to say about the blog.

Oh, and please leave the name and link to your own blog if you write one. 

Please note: I reserve the right to delete comments that are offensive or off-topic.

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17 thoughts on “Question: What Blogs Are Meaningful to You?

  1. Thanks to everyone for these suggestions.  I have been checking in occasionally to see what has been suggested.  You are very helpful.

  2. I regularly read Jesus Creed blog, as well as coffeeshopjournal.com, toddhiestand.com and the suburbanchristian.blogspot.com.
    Someone recently introduced me to pray-as-you-go.org and I’ve been
    taking advantage of the prayer of review offered there. A few writing
    sites i’ve found helpful are wannabepublished.blogspot.com and institutechildrenslit.net/writers-first-aid-blog.  And this guy Jim Martin has a blog I keep tabs on too . . . !

  3. (The links below came from Cliff Barbarick.  Enjoy) Brett McCraccken’s The Search (http://stillsearching.wordpress.com<http://stillsearching.wordpress.com/&gt;).  I appreciate his humor, the artistic touch to his writing, and his critical interaction with film.  I also really like the list of artists, authors, and thinkers that he has on the right-hand side of his blog.John Acuff’s Stuff Christians Like (http://stuffchristianslike.blogspot.com<http://stuffchristianslike.blogspot.com/&gt;).  Very funny stuff, and he often has just the right amount of sarcasm to gently convict the reader.Bill Mounce’s blog (http://billmounce.com/blog).  He has some helpful discussions on issues of Greek translation.  He’ll even be answering a question of mine next Monday!I don’t write as much as I would like, but I do enjoy sharing my throughts on the blog I started this year, How to Procrastinate While Writing a Dissertation (http://cliffbarbarick.blogspot.com).

  4. Jim – Since I’ve done my blog "on the run" with a bit of a breathless pace, I’ve been negligent with links.  But today I’ve added yours.  Thanks for your work.  Blessings!

  5. Mike,Thanks very much for your kind and encouraging words.  Thanks for the link.  I appreciate what you have done with your blog for a number of years.

  6. One of my favorite blogs is written by my former spiritual director Alan Fadman.  It’s called "Notes from my Journey."  I’m pretty certain that readers of your blog would enjoy Alan’s blog as well.  It’s a great site for those interseted in gleaning insights from the history of Christian spirituality and from someone trained in the practice of spiritual direction.  You can link to it here: http://fadman.blogspot.com

  7. Jim, thank you for your heart for God….
    I read every update from 5 blogs:
    Yours
    Allan Stanglin’s – allanstanglin.com
    Terry Rush’s – terryrush.blogspot.com
    Jim McGuiggan’s – jimmcguiggan.com
    and Leroy Garrett’s – leroygarrett.org
    Glory to God!
    Jason Reeves