Monday, October 11, 2010

Monday Blog Club

  1. At Monmouth Presbytery Mission Cafe and soon-to-be presbytery website, Bruce Reyes-Chow, Moderator of the 2008 General Assembly, posted this response to the teen suicides. Other recent posts include Hunter Farrell's letter about the General Assembly Mission Council's Independent Abuse Review Panel (IARP) report and a link to an inspirational post about creation care. Lots to see here!
  2. Church of Scotland/Presbyterian Minister: preacher, pastor, and encourager, Mary Haddow, blogs at Mountain Tops and Monday Mornings: thoughts of a follower of Christ … a wife, mother and pastor. Recent posts include her reflections on being ministered to while ministering, the God-shaped hole in all of us, and, my favorite, Surviving the Friendly Fire, about ministers dealing with constant criticism (and little support) from congregations.
  3. Mr. Locke's Classroom is the blog of Neal Locke. Neal is a former high school English teacher, current Presbyterian seminary student, and future monastic microbrewer. He's also a husband and a father. Recent posts include a three-part series on Who Is My Neighbor: Pastoral Ministry in a Border Community. Alongside the blog are mstrlocke's tweets.

What a creative and diverse blog roll we have!

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