Saturday, July 9, 2016


Here are links to the blogs I read on a regular basis.  My category for blogging would be "the hobbyist." I enjoy reading and writing about culture, faith, and how Christians are surviving in a society that is more and more hostile to people of "The Book." I also occasionally write about my personal story. I thought you might be interested in checking out some of the blogs I like: Alcorn, who lives in Oregon, writes here. I have read several of his books including his non-fiction book, “Heaven.” Also, I read his novel about a Chinese Christian working for Christ in China, “Is This The Day I die?” His fiction trilogy “Deadline”, “Dominion”, and “Deception” was similar to Frank Peretti’s novels. French writes this one.  Her husband David French writes for the National Review. I would call it a gossip column.  I think it basically informs about the anti-Christian culture we live in. “Understanding the Times” is a weekly radio show on Saturday mornings.  I listen to it on I Tunes.  It informs about stories of the week that point to end times.  I click on the link and go to the right side of the page to check the daily headlines. A Small group of Young Christians who have spent the past seven years working out what their faith looks like in public.  Blog by a group of pastors and professors. The evangelical voice of today. This blogger lives in TN with his wife and two sons and two daughters, where he serves as a writer and online editor for Facts & Trends.  As you can tell from the title of his blog he is a C.S. Lewis fan.

These are the blogs I read from the Gospel Coalition.  They are a group of pastors and writers from the reformed tradition.  Tim Challies is a pastor at Grace Fellowship Church in Toronto, Ontario, where he primarily gives attention to mentoring and discipleship. He is a book reviewer for WORLD magazine, co-founder of Cruciform Press, and he has written three books. is a blog by a missionary to Tanzania.  She blogs about her family, missions, adoption, and the joys and struggles of life in Tanzania. World Magazine is the source that informed families across the country turn to each week for breaking news, current events, cultural analysis, and insightful editorials from a Christian perspective. Christianity Today is a globally minded evangelical magazine that provides thoughtful biblical perspectives on the news and ideas of our day. C. Rosenberg ( is a New York Times best-selling author of 11 novels and five non-fiction books, with more than 3 million copies sold. Is written somewhere in Missouri, I think. We are pleased that you have found The Sacred Sandwich and are hopeful that you will find much spiritual food presented within these pages. However, if you read no further than this introduction and feel compelled to read the Bible instead, then our work is done.

What blogs do you read on a regular basis?

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