A Weblog Dedicated to the Discussion of the Christian Faith and 21st Century Life

A Weblog Dedicated to the Discussion of the Christian Faith and 21st Century Life
I do not seek to understand that I may believe, but I believe in order to understand. For this also I believe, –that unless I believed, I should not understand.-- St. Anselm of Canterbury (1033-1109)

Saturday, March 28, 2009

The Methodist Blogs Weekly Roundup 2009.10.189

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The week in review in the Methoblogosphere:

Dale Tedder offers key ideas for future men.

Joseph Slife comments on the the proposed constitutional amendments that would decimate connectionalism in the UMC.

Craig L. Adams asks, "What's in a name?"

Bishop Robert Schnase reminds us that we are people of promise.

Ponderments from John Lomperis on the under-explored angle of the Anglican sex fights.

Why is the church slow to change? Read Jeremy Smith.

Brian Russell reflects on what blogging has meant to him over the past four years.

Joseph Yoo ponders how we view worship.

Mark Winter posts on his mission trip to Colima, Mexico.

A second look at the legal status of marriage from Daniel McLain Hixon.

Sky McCracken wonders if the UMC can no longer afford guaranteed appointments.

Are you morphing into a servant like Jesus? Read Andy Bryan.

Beth Quick has been blogging for five years!

Guy Williams presents his case for staying in the United Methodist Church.

Spring sunshine from Olive Morgan.

"A Different Place and a Different Time"-- A sermon by Tony Mitchell.

Kim Matthews expresses a regrettable fear.

Henry Neufeld posts some thoughts on liberal illiberalism. Best of the Methoblogosphere!

A sermon by Jim Parsons on dying to self.

Andrew Stoddard has a new blog address.

Steve Heyduck posts random thoughts inspired by bluebonnets.

Reflections on foolish spending from Richard Heyduck.

Deb Spaulding is having a fish fry!

A reminder from Steven Manskar that it is not what you know; it's who you know.

Greg Hazelrig posts his thought for the day on James 4:13-16.

Sally Coleman is stepping out of her own tradition.

Church mail made easy from Kevin Baker.

Gavin Richardson is printing green business cards.

A happy St. Patrick's Day from Art Ruch.

Ken Hagler has some things to say about clergy leading the way to help clergy.

Dave Camphouse wonders if the church should employ headhunters.

Keith McIlwain cogitates on the problems with "contemporary worship."

Our screwed up priorities according to Matt Kelley.

Some thoughts from Lorna Koskela on authenticity.

O beans! It's the battle over the potatoes warns Questing Parson.

David Hallam has mixed feelings about some good news.

Scott McKay gives us a morning chuckle of a religious nature.

Richard Hall on Rowan Williams on climate change.

Mitch Lewis reminds us to be good.

John Montgomery is on the quest for the historical Passion Week.

Gerry Charlotte Phelps is celebrating a significant anniversary.

The dwelling place of God-- Reflections from Ken Carter.

Will Grady preaches on God's love and the challenge it brings.

Andrew Thompson presents his vision for church reform.

Kids, condoms, and common sense according to Michael Daniel.

Rick Mang makes notes of a survey of United Methodists.

Kevin Watson reviews Adam Hamilton's book, Enough.

Kathy James shares some thoughts on speeding Christian fish.

Are you slipping into Emergence? Read David Morris.

Preacher Jay Voorhees rants on weddings. Best of the Methoblogosphere!

Chris Roberts posts his two part (1 & 2) sermon on faith, politics, and Lent.

Matthew Johnson is serving the Bread of Life.

Wayne Cook is saying goodbye to the Methblogosphere... at least for now. Godspeed to you, Wayne.

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