A Little Blogspotting

   I am working on my next musician’s interview. Hopefully, it will be up later today or tomorrow. In the meantime, here are some “Web Gems” that I have seen this week and enjoyed. I hope they will bless you, too.

   KC has written a masterful article on the development of our theology. Everyone needs to read this one.

   Tony Sisk writes about those who try to stiff-arm God’s grace in favor of their own desires. This identifies a very real problem among believers today.

   Genuine, Christian hospitality is becoming a lost art. Alan Knox does a good job of addressing this in a recent post.

   Frequent commentor and fellow pastor, Tim A. Blankenship, has written a series of sermons on the Creation that were a blessing to me. Check them out, I think you will like them, too.

   Ken Fields is preparing to be grilled questioned in the process of ordination. He has asked for a little help in this endeavor.

   Modern Day Magi does an outstanding job of examining the flaws of pluralism in this article.

   Finally, my dear wife recently entered the wonderful world of blogging. She has been writing some very inspirational articles. If you haven’t given them a look, already, it is well worth the time.

5 responses to “A Little Blogspotting

  1. Thanks Bro Gordon I’ve already visited most of them and agree they have done a good job of sharing great points that are usefull in our daily lives? Blessings. Ron.

  2. Your wife is, indeed, a good writer. I appreciate her thoughts.

  3. Thank you, Gordon, for the link. You are my biggest fan. 🙂

    Beverly, thank you for your encouragement. I appreciate all your visits.

  4. Thanks for the plug, bro. Your blog is a continued inspiration.

  5. Tim A. Blankenship

    Thanks again for the plug. I too appreciate your writings.
    I read the interview with Mylon Hayes, and enjoyed that too. I just thought i would save some space and time, and do it here. I too am a Southern Gospel Music fan.

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