Finally, I would like to thank all the people who made doing this series so rewarding for me personally. When I started it was just fun for to write down what I do on a weekly basis (as my wife has read them she has said, “Yeah, that’s what you do.”), but when I began to be linked by others who seemed to be encouraged by the series I was in turn encouraged! Thanks for all the encouragement and for entrusting me with your readers!
Here’s a list of people that I’ve found who linked to some part of the series:
- David Kjos at The Thirsty Theologian (every post). You don’t need a blogreader if you visit his excellent blog. He posts links to the best of the best (and some of my stuff too). He is also an excellent blogger himself, though he doesn’t post enough of his own stuff.
- Tim Challies at Challies Dot Com (as if you didn’t know). Tim came from The Thirsty Theologian link and when he linked to my initial post in his daily “A La Carte” my SiteMeter went crazy.
- Paul Lamey at Expository Thoughts. I have to confess that I had not read this blog before I found the link, but I have since added it to my blogroll and I now subscribe in my reader. I was surprised at the number of hits that I have already received and continue to receive from this site.
- Colin Adams at Unashamed Workman (not once, but twice). This new blog has quickly has become one of my favorites! As I commented over there recently: “This blog is to preaching what ESPN is to sports!” If you’re a preacher this blog (along with Expository Thoughts) is a must read!
- Bret Capranica at The Capranica (two or three times). Bret is a friend and a great pastor/expository in sunny California.
- Scott Lamb at Thoughts and Adventures. Scott also posts at Wisdom of the Pages where he talks about ideas by talking about books. I appreciate Scott’s friendship and ministry.
- Bill Hayes at rev bill. Rev. Bill Hayes is a PCUSA pastor, that’s about all I know about him. Thanks for the link, Bill!
- Jeff de Ruyter at Worlds Apart. I don’t know Jeff either, but I appreciate the link!
- Timmy Brister at Provocations & Pantings. Timmy is another friend that I’ve come to appreciate over the past year. He is an excellent thinker and he articulates well that which he thinks. That’s a great combination. This link was just added today, so I don’t know the impact it will have on my SiteMeter. I do, however, expect great things for Timmy is a “famous” blogger!
If you linked to the series and I missed it here, just comment here and I’ll edit the post to add your link. Thanks again everyone!