Yes, I’ve been very negligent in posting. In fact (and this probably won’t surprise you) I’ve been negligent in all my online duties (such as updating my church’s website). I’m trying to correct that today.
I began by updating my church site‘s Reading Material page. I really want to be able to put helpful reading in front of our people and that page is my avenue for doing so as regularly as possible, the material being sourced from helpful blog posts. However, a stretch of over-busyness has kept me off my RSS reader and thus the site hasn’t been updated.
I thought that I’d post the links I added there today as a way of letting anyone who is interested (if there is anyone) that I’ve not abandoned the blog. Here’s what I gave my people to read. Hopefully they will be of use to you as well.
Ben Cole: Fifty Questions for Nearly-Weds
Doug Wils: 21 Questions for a Prospective Suitor
Doug Wils: 21 Questions for a Prospective Wife
Melinda Penner: A Practical Guide to Prayer
D.A. Carson: Defining Worship
Jason Robertson: Four Views on the book of Revelation
Daniel Akin: 8 Theological Essentials for the Southern Baptist Convention
Joe Thorn: Beginning Family Worship
Tom Ascol: Interview Regarding Family Worship
Bob Kauflin: Why Don’t We Ever Sing This Song?
Also, I wanted to pass along a blog related to the Southern Baptist Convention that should generate useful discussion regarding the SBC as currently constituted and the direction it is and should be going into the future. You very well might have heard of it but just in case not I thought I should pass it along.
The Baptist Center for Theology and Ministry Blog
Finally, I promise I’m going to be posting something that isn’t merely regurgitated links in the near future, Lord willing. Dr. Ed Stetzer did indeed send me a copy of his Breaking the Missional Code and I’m hoping to post an extensive review and … critique … (not sure if that is the right word as it sounds too harsh to describe what I intend to post) as soon as I finish it. I’m about 3/5 of the way through now so hopefully it won’t be too much longer.