Blogger Reflection Nominees for You to Visit

blogger-award.jpgKevin Stilley at Encyclopedia Kevinannica, has nominated five blogs for the Blogger Reflection Award, an honor I didn’t know existed.  I happened to be one of them.

Thank-you so much, Professor Stilley.

The rules of participating say:
1. Copy the rules for participation.
2. Replace [my bloggers with yours] & Reflect on five bloggers and write a least a paragraph about each one.
3. Make sure you link this post so others can read it and the rules.
4. Go leave your chosen bloggers a comment and let them know they’ve been given the award.
5. Put the award icon on your site.

My nominees (no particular order):

[I would nominate Encyclopedia Kevinannica, but I don’t know if that would be legal, since he has already been nominated. In any case, check him out. And often.]

1. Mere Comments.  The online discussion site of Touchstone Magazine presents the always interesting editors’ reports and analysis of  cultural news and personal reflections. A wide range of theological positions converse intelligently and provocatively. Join them.

2. Kingdom Rain.  Don Williams’ website “Releasing the Kingdom to the Church and the Nations” features news, cultural reflection, Bible exegesis, and discussion arising from the ministry of the Third Wave of the Holy Spirit. You’ll always find something of interest.

3. Church of the Masses. Barbara Nicolosi, screenwriter, critic, and teacher shares  her life and insights into the world of film from the wonderfully healthy roots of her Roman Catholic faith. Her brain and her heart are powerful.

4. Brewing Culture. Ryan Moede writes about popular culture and the arts, seeking a “creative renaissance that illumines the good, the true, and the beautiful through excellence and artistry for the glory of the Master Artist, the service of neighbor, and the renewal of culture.” You’ll always find something you didn’t know about before.

5. Big White Hat found that Marshall Dillon, Wyatt Earp and The Lone Ranger taught a code worth living by, a code very near to that found in the Bible.This Texas father and husband likes to write about his family, about character, about manhood, and about life in general. He writes with a unique voice  that is hard to resist.

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