Wednesday, August 26, 2009

Retooling My Google Reader

So I'm looking at the blogs I follow, all of them good, and I'm thinking I want to read some unusual suspects. But the problem with unusual suspects is that they're "unusual," at least not known to you.

So, I wonder if there are any readers out there who can help. Whose blog do you read and enjoy that's not found in everybody else's blogroll? Any unusual suspects I should consider adding to my reader?

23 comments:

Dan Sudfeld said...

Since, according to your previous post, you find yourself in Canada, I would suggest Paul Martin's blog, kerux noemata, Clint Humfrey's blog, Cowboyology, and Terry Stauffer's blog, New Lumps. All three are Canadian pastor's whose writings are insightful and Christ-exalting.

pastor justin said...

http://tellsomeonetoday.blogspot.com/

Rob Tombrella is a pastor at the Sovereign Grace church in Frisco, Tx. His blog consists of relfections on his attempts to share the gospel and invite people to church. Very honest, funny, and helpful.

Matthew Olmstead said...

If you enjoy photography, you may enjoy this one: Digital Photography School

scottjisaok said...

I like...

http://news.cnet.com/8300-13845_3-58.xml

http://takeyourvitaminz.blogspot.com/feeds/posts/default

http://christisdeeperstill.blogspot.com/

http://lifehacker.com/tag/top/index.xml

http://www.morenewmath.com/rss/

http://feeds2.feedburner.com/TheologicalWordOfTheDay

http://feeds.killeraces.com/wisebread/paul-michael

nic lazz said...

I really enjoy this photoblog from the Boston Globe. They do a great job of capturing humanity on photo.

http://www.boston.com/bigpicture/

They did great sections on the uprisings in western china and even a section on Hiroshima.

Daniel said...

This guy has some good things to say: http://rawchristianity.wordpress.com/

gospellens said...

A couple I enjoy:
http://www.fallenandflawed.com/

http://unashamedworkman.wordpress.com/

Anonymous said...

http://gloryandgrace.dbts.edu by Dave Doran is very helpful

Denzyl said...

I usually read:

- Seth Godin's blog www.sethgodin.com

- Perry Noble's blog www.perrynoble.com

- Steven Furtick www.stevenfurtick.com

All three + yours are usually a good blend of the Word, advice, funny and motivating.

Chris Erwin said...

Kim and I read:

http://www.shepherdpress.com/blog/

Really helpful with the kids.

Chris

Drew Barnes said...

Try these. They're challenging confessionally oriented blogs the 2nd one is D.G. Hart.:

http://confessionalouthouse.wordpress.com/

http://oldlife.org/

Scott Alexander said...

I like Dustin Schramek's blog - http://hispeaceuponus.com/

Dustin is hoping to return to the Middle East with his family in the near future. Young guy from Bethlehem Baptist in Mpls, MN.

David Reimer said...

Exiled Preacher.

'nuff said.

The Sam & Bessie Youngbloods (by Max said...

Try 'chickens in the road'

christopher said...

http://upper-register.typepad.com/blog/

http://theologicalmeditations.blogspot.com/

http://christisdeeperstill.blogspot.com/

http://theresurgence.com/

http://www.ccef.org/blog

Hayden said...

I like this one

http://hipandthigh.blogspot.com/

and also this one...

http://www.irishcalvinist.com/

Filipe said...

I read Pastor Filipe's blog...
http://filipeniel.blogspot.com

but it is mostly in portuguese...

Pastor Michael said...

A local friend writes a short and usually beautiful reflection on faith matters: http://enjoyingjesus.blogspot.com/

New for my rss reader is http://lingamish.com/. These are the always interesting musings and observations of David Ker, a translator with Wycliffe Bible Translators serving in Mozambique.

James Grant said...

Some great choices listed above. If I mentioned a duplicate, my apologies.

Wyman Richardson:
http://www.walkingtogetherministries.org/Blog.aspx

Doing some great work at his Baptist church in Dawsonville, GA.

Steve Holmes:
http://shoredfragments.wordpress.com/

Ben Myers:
http://faith-theology.blogspot.com/


-James Grant

Andy Treist said...

www.joshuaseller.com is a great worship leaders's blog. Plus he find some of the coolest things on the net.

David Zook said...

check this one out: http://physical4christiansoul.com. It help people walk with Jesus. Just got ramped up a couple of weeks ago.

Larry Culller said...

I just came across this website. Its a hidden gem that no one seems to be reading yet. Maybe you could link to it sometime and get people reading it:

www.theologica.blogspot.com

lil'Gracie said...

Hey Pastor Thabiti,

We met and spoke briefly at the WorshipGod 2009 conference. I was the guy who was grateful for your message and mentioned my pastor's vision of "The Church as the Hermeneutic of the Gospel". You remember?

Anyway, I follow a few ordinary people who think and feel very unique things:

1. Miscellanies on the Gospel - my pastor
http://mymiscellanies.blogspot.com

2. Daily Gospel Quote blog
http://firstimportance.org

Thank God for you brother,
In Christ,
Jonathan Chambers
worship leader at church in the Boro