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, January 09, 2010

The Methodist Blogs Weekly Roundup 2010.2.213

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The week in review in the Methoblogosphere:

Pam Webster writes on being known and loved.

On his new blog Dale Tedder posts on renovating your life by waking up early, part 1. Best of the Methoblogosphere!

Craig L. Adams reflects on waiting and hoping and Psalm 25.

Dave Nichols comments on getting started in the new year.

Bishop William H. Willimon meditates on ambiguous news at Christmas.

In the steps of the Magi-- part 1-- mindfulness from David Morris.

Katie M. Ladd posts on a new camera and a new way of seeing the world.

Betty Newman wonders if our liturgy has replaced the law.

What are the top tech trends for youth ministry in 2009? Read Gavin Richardson.

Part 3 of what is worth reading from Andrew Thompson.

Deb Spaulding is star gazing.

A reminder from Ken Carter that in our end is our beginning.

Matt Kelley offers his thoughts on journalist Brit Hume's recent comments on Tiger Woods, Buddhism, and Christian conversion.

Henry Neufeld also gives his perspective on Hume's comment asking, "Is Christianity the best deal in the universe?"

John Meunier wonders why the outrage over Hume's advice to Woods.

Reflections on Charles Wesley's Eucharistic meditation from Daniel McLain Hixon.

Beth Quick preaches on "Until Next Time," from Matthew 2:1-12.

Dan Dick writes on church members being Christianaughty.

Go and sin no more... ponders Angela Shier-Jones.

Joseph Yoo reflects on waiting and winter.

Questing Parson recounts a narrative on choosing joy.

Richard Heyduck ponders perfection avoided.

The Ten Commandments and sharing the "Good" News from Steve Heyduck.

Greg Hazelrig posts his thought for the day on Acts 2:1 and Hebrews 10:25.

Kim Matthews writes on vulnerability.

"Side By Side,"-- a sermon by Tony Mitchell.

Andrew Stoddard posts reflections on Isaiah 49:11-17, Revelation 21:22-27, and Matthew 2:14-21.

Pam BG cogitates on blame, shame, and learning.

Dave Faulkner answers the question of snow and working at home.

David Hallam shares some thoughts on changing weather and climate change.

Winter is when infrastructure really matters according to Dave Warnock.
Andy Bryan wonders if it all started with a glimpse.
Dave Perry challenges us to finally get a grip on God.
Brian Russell on the challenges for reading Scripture for the world. Best of the Methoblogosphere!
Mark Winter has unveiled his new Jubilee.
Community, body language, and priesthood-- reflections from Sally Coleman.
Brian Vinson offers a retrospective on the decade that was.
David Camphouse is adjusting the course.
Michael Ledbetter reflects on two great nations.
A post from Chris Roberts on Sanctity of Human Life Sunday and a bulletin insert for UMCs.
Richard Hall posts on Epiphany.
Is the Lectionary still relevant? Lauren Porter asks the question.

1 comment:

Brian Russell said...

Thanks for the vote of confidence Allan. Hope that you are doing well in the New Year.