This Week’s Top Christian Blog Posts

One of my passions is bridge-building, connecting, and highlighting other ministries and ministry resources—so that the Body of Christ is built up and Christ is magnified (Ephesians 4:15-16). My weekly post, The Best of the Best Around the Net, links you to blog posts that provide robust, rich, and relevant insights for living. Check out the following links you can trust.

An Obituary for the Emerging Church

Anthony Bradley at World Magazine pens a commentary on the end of the emergent church movement: Farewell Emerging Church, 1989-2010.

Our Attitude Toward Homosexuality

Ed Welch at the Christian Counseling and Education Foundation (CCEF) shares a candid, probing, biblical, personal response to the question of our attitude and God’s perspective of homosexuality.

New Christian Book Review Site

The folks at The Gospel Coalition have launched a new Christian book review site, called, of course, TGC Reviews. Several new reviews are posted every week. I’m reviewing pastoral ministry and biblical counseling/discipleship books for them. You can read my first review: The Biblical Counseling Movement by David Powlison.

Failure, The Last Taboo?

David Murray’s post at The Gospel Coalition on Failure is a needed look at an often-neglected topic.

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