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MUST Reads March 12, 2008

Filed under: blogging,ministers,ministry,youth ministry — Dj @ 12:50 pm

It’s been a great week in ‘blog land’ with several great posts from many different areas. I wanted to share with you some of the great ones from this week. Hopefully this is something I can continue to do each week.

“Once a Youth Pastor…” is a blog that recently got hit with a ton of traffic due to Marko talking about it in his post. It’s about one youth pastor’s exit from youth ministry because he felt God leading him somewhere else. His posts are great! It’s all about why modern youth ministry isn’t working and he raises great questions. Make sure you read this first! But make sure you make it over to The Piano Teacher part 1 and part 2.

Church Marketing Sucks is a great website for those that are looking for the more “commercial” side of our faith. It aims to equip leaders to be more effective in their outreach and media. Pretty good stuff! But this post on why Christian Living Sucks floored me! It’s a must read! Here is a small snippet:

“Forget polishing up that web site, planning your next series or training your greeters. Because if we can’t effectively live the gospel, how can we hope to communicate it?”

What is the Kingdom features a video on the horrors of Lord Waldemart!

One of the hardest things to do in our lives as disciples is to surrender. RETHINKING YOUTH MINISTRY has posted about this very subject with a great prayer written by Charles de Foucauld. Simply beautiful prayer that I aim to keep with me.

Oh, and don’t forget to Take the Test!

Enjoy the reading! I sure did!


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