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» Blog For God from HobbsOnline
Tod Bolsinger is urging his fellow Christian pastors and preachers to Blog, for Christ's sake. "My friends," says Bolsinger, "the blogosphere offers us opportunities to faithful put forth clear witness for Christ in large and influential numbers."... [Read More]

» Blog For God from HobbsOnline
Tod Bolsinger is urging his fellow Christian pastors and preachers to Blog, for Christ's sake. "My friends," says Bolsinger, "the blogosphere offers us opportunities to faithful put forth clear witness for Christ in large and influential numbers."... [Read More]

» Blogging and the Church- Getting Critical Mass from 21st Century Reformation
When I was a new Christian, the first book I read was "The Selected Sermons of George Whitfield". When I walked by a vacant lot, I used to say to my buddies, "Do you see that. That is our pulpit". Well, the new mode of proclamation has arrived. [Read More]

» It Takes a Church from Penguin Ploddings
Pastors are like most of us, very busy people. Asking them to do one more thing seems wrong, unless that one more think ends up giving the gospel greater reach. [Read More]

» The Spiritual Perils of Blogging from Through a Glass Darkly
Recently some Christian bloggers have suggested some ways Christians can increase their influence in the blogsphere. Evangelical Outpost constructed a new ready-made Evangelical blogroll and sponsored his well-received symposium, for example; Hobbsonli... [Read More]

» Breaking Out of the Ghetto from Daddypundit
Also, on a related note, Tod Bolsinger encourages pastors to start blogging. [Read More]

» Review of "Blog" by Hugh Hewitt from JOLLYBLOGGER - a weblog for jolly beggars
Hugh Hewitt is a kind of Jeremiah for the people of the blogosphere. [Read More]

» Why pastor's should blog from KevinPierpont.com
Should more pastor's blog? Pastor Tod Bolsinger thinks we should and makes a good argument for doing so. He's been reviewing Hugh Hewitt’s book Blog which I'd like to read soon. ... [Read More]

» Why Christians To Blog from Demo Blog
http://bolsinger.blogs.com/weblog/2005/01/blog_for_christ.html [Read More]

» Will Blogging Revitalize the Church? from PlaidBerry
Tim Challies and David Wayne at JollyBlogger have recently taken issue with Hugh Hewitt’s characterization of blogging as the new Reformation. Perhaps Hugh’s analogy is a bit of overwrought hyperbole, but he may not be that far off either... [Read More]

» Why Pastors should be blogging from a Voice in the Wilderness
From Gospelcom’s Internet for Christians - newsletter February 25, 2005 ... [Read More]

» Pastors' Blogs from orthodoxblogs.com
I recently ran across a blog entry by a Protestant pastor talking about what it means for a pastor to blog. (The link is http://bolsinger.blogs.com/weblog/2005/01/blog_for_christ.html. He makes some good points about how blogging can be an effective exten [Read More]

» She Blogs from She Lives
The diversity of Christian blogs is stunning. Almost every Christian belief system is represented in some form. Theological discourse is rampant. Even discussion between Christians and non-Christians permeates the blogosphere with sundry levels of c... [Read More]

» Why pastors should blog...not a pastor? Blog anyway! from ChurchSpaces
RE : It Takes A Church...: Blog, for Christ’s sake.Tod Blosinger has a great blog post regarding the need for pastors to blog. Taking the thought a step farther, I think that it's important for Christians in general to give blogging a try. Writing a .... [Read More]

» Why pastors should blog... from Smarter Sheep
Why pastors should blog... [Read More]

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