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*This blog, A Place for the God-Hungry, was recently listed by Kent Shaffer on his website, Church Relevance, as one of the “Top 100 Church Blogs of Spring 2010.” Obviously I was delighted to hear this news. However, it also reminded me of how thankful I am to those of you who have reading this blog for several years. I don’t take you for granted and am thankful that you come to this blog.

top100.gif*Did you know that you can subscribe to “God-Hungry Live?” You can find many great You Tube videos there. People such as: Fred Craddock, Andy Stanley, William Willimon, Ruth Haley Barton, Scot McKnight, John Ortberg, etc.

*I have just updated, “What I’m Reading.” You can find this here.

*Have you seen Foursquare yet? A new social networking tool that I heard about on NPR this week. The report was from Austin’s SXSW. This looks very interesting.

*I have been working through a chapter each morning from Mindy Caliguire’s Discovering Soul Care . I find the questions valuable as I journal. You might be interested in visiting their website here.

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8 thoughts on “Update

  1. Congratulations Jim. Your insight into what defines a “God hungry” seeker is encouraging to an older guy like me who has struggled to break free of the narrow view I grew up with and taught for so long. I have finally reached a place that has freed me from much of the traditional assumptions that I was taught. I appreciate your blog.

    • Kent, thanks so much for the kind words. Guys like me are indebted to guys like you who are a little older and a little farther down the trail. So many of us, including myself, grew up with a very narrow view and just did the best we could with what we had to work with. Like you though, I am thankful to no longer be there but to be in a place where life in Christ is far better and sweeter than I ever dreamed.

  2. Your blog is definitely a blessing to me, even though I don’t comment that often. I enjoy reading it. It was the title that first drew me because it expressed the desires of my heart – to continue all my life being hungry for God! The caring, thoughtful, insightful posts speak well of your shepherd heart! Congratulations on having your blog listed on the Top 100!!! Well deserved! God bless you as you continue to be a blessing to others! In Him, Karin

    • Karin, thanks very much for the kind words. The title speaks to my heart as well and one of the desires that I want to continue to nurture. I appreciate you being a regular reader of this blog. Thanks so much.

  3. Congrats, Jim! Does not surprise me. The content of this blog is relevant, passionate, and sincere. A blessing to many!