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My Top 10 Favorite Bloggers of 2008

While I have had the chance to read a lot of books this year (I posted my top 20 books for 2008 yesterday), there are periods of time where I wasn’t able to do much reading of blogs.  At other times, I had the chance to read widely.  I really enjoy reading blogs.  One of the reasons is that I get the chance read some of the latest thinking from authors, practitioners and professors.  Another reason is that I discover some incredibly rich books that I get turned on to.  I have also had the chance to meet some great people through reading various blogs.  And it is always encourage to hear how people are living out their life of faith.

While there is a lot that could be said of each of my favorite blogs for 2008, I will just mention the blogs and bloggers and encourage you to visit their sites, if you are not already familiar with them.  I have not put them in any particular order.  They are all rich reading.

Jesus Creed – Scot McKnight

Faith and Theology – Ben Myers

Reclaiming the Mission – David Fitch

Sets ‘n’ Service – Tony Stiff

Missional Church Network – Brad Brisco

Godspace – Christine Sine

The Forgotten Ways – Alan Hirsch

Church Planting Novice/Creation Project – Jonathan Dodson

Decompressing Faith – Erin Word

Next Reformation -Len Hjalmarson

If you check my blog roll, you will find other blogs that I enjoy reading regularly.  If you know of a blog that I should be reading that I don’t have listed on my blog roll, please comment and let me know.  I know there are a lot more amazing bloggers out there that I have yet to discover, so help me discover.  Tomorrow I will share my top 10 posts of 2008, actually it will be about the top posts that you read the most, commented the most and linked the most to this past year.

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