PneumaBlogs: Select Pentecostal, Charismatic, and Assemblies of God Bloggers

PneumaBlogs

This is my personalized (and subjective) list of the best Pentecostal and charismatic bloggers I’ve found. I focus on “idea” bloggers who add value by doing more than journaling cat photos, family activities, or romantic frustrations. Though a bit of that is fine, I’m interested in highlighting reflective, thoughtful bloggers from my faith tradition.

I also focus on the more “orthodox” of Evangelical movements. So, if you identify with the Assemblies of God, traditional Pentecostal, Foursquare, Church of God (Cleveland, TN), or Reformed / mainline charismatic traditions, you’re welcome here!

Contact me if you want to be considered for this list. Please provide your name, email address, the name of your blog, your blog’s URL, and a short one-line description of what your blog is about.

My only request is that you either link to this list in your sidebar somewhere, or display the PneumaBlogger badge somewhere in your site. (This benefits everybody because as you link here, and I link to you, everybody gets more traffic, visibility, and Google-Juice!)

For the latest headlines, hop over to the PneumaSphere, an aggregation of only the most recent posts from all these fine bloggers below.

(Update! Now you can search within these blogs with PneumaSearch!)


Top Twenty

Phil Gerbyshak Visit Blog
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Make it Great! Author, helpdesk manager and A/G blogger helping others learn how to ‘Make it Great!’ Not an overtly religious blog, but positive, enthusiastic, and very highly regarded. From Phil: ‘…my role is to inject passion, positivity and productivity into people’s lives by by writing articles, sharing various useful online resources, resume reviewing, one-on-one coaching, job hunting assistance, and relationship building.’[Technorati Rank: 3,244, position: #1, link to this entry]
Barbara Sanders Visit Blog
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Tidbits and Treasures COGblogger, grandmother to five, holding forth with gusto. Barbara’s range is quite surprising, she covers everything from other bloggers, books, politics, faith, and more, with a few fun posts thrown in for good measure, like her Friday Thirteen entries. A surprising and pleasant entry at the top of the heap![Technorati Rank: 17,738, position: #2, link to this entry]
Adrian Warnock Visit Blog
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Adrian’s Blog Home of the Evangelical Aggregator. From his site: ‘British Christian Blogger, Psychiatrist, Preacher, Husband and Dad.’ Adrian has one of the most highly visited and widely quoted blogs on the Web. He’s well worth checking out, especially if you’re curious about what a Reformed blogger looks like![Technorati Rank: 19,110, position: #3, link to this entry]
Brad Hightower Visit Blog
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21st Century Reformation Charismatic reformed blogger: ‘Dedicated to the task of making disciples and building a morally beautiful community.’ Brad’s a very thoughtful poster with a slew of great bloggers in his linklist.[Technorati Rank: 21,415, position: #4, link to this entry]
Dan Edelen Visit Blog
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Cerulean Sanctum Pentecostal freelance writer. From his site: ‘Looking for the 1st century Church in 21st century America.’ Dan’s another excellent blogger with not nearly enough traffic or attention going his way. Not only that, he’s a great all-round guy, even though he does live out in the sticks. If you’ve never heard of a Pentecostal fiction-writing farmer, you should check him out![Technorati Rank: 29,298, position: #5, link to this entry]
Shawn Anthony Visit Blog
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Lo-Fi Tribe Brethren in Christ blogger: ‘a sort of virtual notebook, in which I scribble random and pithy thoughts regarding Jesus the Christ, Christianity and culture’[Technorati Rank: 30,693, position: #6, link to this entry]
Jason Clark Visit Blog
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Jason Clark Vineyard church-planter, theologian, and Emergent thinker with a Ph.D., and a overworked X-Box. Some good stuff here: ‘Trying to make safe spaces for diverse and healthy conversations about church.’[Technorati Rank: 42,090, position: #7, link to this entry]
Mark Lauterbach Visit Blog
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GospelDrivenLife Mark describes himself as a reformed continuationist and is a pastor in the Sovereign Grace Ministries movement: Making the most of the cross and empty tomb.[Technorati Rank: 53,143, position: #8, link to this entry]
Rich Tatum Visit Blog
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BlogRodent: Pentecostal Rumination and Review Personal blog of Rich Tatum, contains criticism, commentary, reviews, photography, and family posts. (That’s this site, right here, in case you were wondering!)[Technorati Rank: 58,325, position: #9, link to this entry]
Cynthia Ware Visit Blog
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The Digital Sanctuary Excellent new media blog by a Foursquare pastor and media expert ‘exploring the unfolding relationship between technology and the Church’. Cynthia says, ‘I feel excited about what’s up ahead for the future. I hope the church leads the charge just like the printing press invention spawned the Renaissance.’[Technorati Rank: 61,585, position: #10, link to this entry]
Travis Johnson Visit Blog
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Travis Johnson Travis is my blogging buddy from the COG side of the fence. Churchplanter, daddy, and Pentecostal observer, check him out.[Technorati Rank: 98,047, position: #11, link to this entry]
Dave Bish Visit Blog
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The Blue Fish Project Anglican Charismatic blogger from the UK thinking out loud with his blog (articles, and poetry)[Technorati Rank: 99,658, position: #12, link to this entry]
Paul Schafer Visit Blog
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Reforming my Mind MP3s From the blog: ‘Pursuing both the Reformed and Charismatic Traditions of Christianity.’ But that won’t tell you much because, really, Paul is a sermon hound. If you’re ever at a loss for what to do on a rainy Saturday afternoon, stop by here and find a few MP3 files to download. You won’t be disappointed.[Technorati Rank: 140,824, position: #13, link to this entry]
Peter Kirk Visit Blog
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Speaker of Truth Linguist and bible translator blogging the truth: ‘There is such a thing as absolute truth, and my intention on this blog is to speak that truth.’[Technorati Rank: 147,290, position: #14, link to this entry]
Diane Roberts Visit Blog
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Crossroads: Where Faith and Inquiry Meet Blogging from a Pentecostal point of view with a touch of the Reformation, Diane says her blog’s central purpose ‘is to examine and discuss current trends in the evangelical church and especially the Charismatic/Pentecostal wing.’[Technorati Rank: 150,747, position: #15, link to this entry]
Joshua Sargent Visit Blog
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The Leadership Blog Leadership interviews and issues from pastoral blogger out of Winchester, KY (New Life A/G)[Technorati Rank: 150,747, position: #16, link to this entry]
Dorcas George Visit Blog
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The Owl’s Song From the site: ‘I’m a wife and mom, an Evangelical, Protestant, Pentecostal, Emergent mix. I guess that makes me sort of a mutt. Currently I am pastoring a rural church, seeking just who it was God created me to be in the first place.’[Technorati Rank: 166,367, position: #17, link to this entry]
Peter Smythe Visit Blog
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The Real Faith Lawyer and Pentecostal blogger heading into ministry, educated at Rhema Bible School, ORU, and Texas Tech School of Law. Peter is not the kind of guy you want to be at the pointy-end of an argument with, he’s way too smart. And how does he find the time to write so much?[Technorati Rank: 170,597, position: #18, link to this entry]
Julie R. Neidlinger Visit Blog
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Lone Prairie Blog Personal weblog of an artist, painter, and writer – once listed in the top 400 of blogs in the N.Z. Laid Bear ecosystem. Julie’s a great blogger and a great writer. If her art is as interesting as her writing, I’m sure she’d be worth hiring the next time you need a brochure redesigned or just want something to hang on the church foyer wall. Meanwhile, stop by her blog and enjoy her funny, sometimes edgy, and always interesting point of view.[Technorati Rank: 184,350, position: #19, link to this entry]
Bruce Chant Visit Blog
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Hismethod Assemblies of God pastor of North Shore Church in Perth, Australia.[Technorati Rank: 211,248, position: #20, link to this entry]

Ranked 21-50

Phil Steiger Visit Blog
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Every Thought Captive Personal pastoral blog: ‘A set of reflections on the contemporary church, culture, Christian philosophy and doctrine.’[Technorati Rank: 231,062, position: #21, link to this entry]
Carl Thomas Visit Blog
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Revival Blog Carl’s gone through a couple evolutions as a blogger. But lately, he’s fine-tuned his focus to revival. Wherever God’s at, that’s where Carl wants to be. Barring that, he blogs on it![Technorati Rank: 238,665, position: #22, link to this entry]
Alexander M. Jordan Visit Blog
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Jordan’s View Applying gospel truth to all of life (cultural commentary by an evangelical, charismatic, thinking christian). Jordan also tries to ‘give back’ by collecting and providing great links to Christian resources.[Technorati Rank: 246,538, position: #23, link to this entry]
Michael G. Davis Visit Blog
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Charismatica A referral to sites of ‘ministries, schools, missions, and church groups, which emphasize revival and renewal.’[Technorati Rank: 246,538, position: #24, link to this entry]
Mark Byron Visit Blog
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Mark Byron Personal weblog of a self-described Bapticostal: ‘Commentary on politics, economics, theology, sports and anything else that pulls my chatty-ring.’[Technorati Rank: 263,682, position: #25, link to this entry]
Amy Maxwell Visit Blog
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Gentle Whisper Evangel grad, AGTS student, Army wife, and chaplain candidate: ‘…who spends too much time on the Internet and too little time doing laundry. I waste time online so you won’t have to!’[Technorati Rank: 283,266, position: #26, link to this entry]
Ryan Day Visit Blog
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//Sixty4Three Blogging on church, leadership, life, and culture, Ryan intends to: ‘create a forum to talk about doing church … I want to maximize my potential and influence in my local faith community. This is going to be a place for ‘iron to sharpen iron’.’[Technorati Rank: 305,717, position: #27, link to this entry]
Chet Swearingen Visit Blog
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Chet Swearingen’s Blog A blog on on discipleship and revival related topics[Technorati Rank: 360,865, position: #28, link to this entry]
Rose-Marie Slosek Visit Blog
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The Pen of the Wayfarer Relatively new blogger out of New England with poetry and photography interspersed with viral posts. From the site: ‘Ponderings on the matchless journey of following Christ.’ What’s stunning here is that in August of 2006, Rose-Marie contacted me shortly after she began blogging, seeking advice on how to draw attention to her blog. Less than a year later, she has the number-two slot on my list! Some day we’ll have to get Rose-Marie to explain how she rose so quickly in Technorati. Amazing.[Technorati Rank: 360,865, position: #29, link to this entry]
Earl Creps Visit Blog
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Coffeedrinkinfool Assemblies of God Theological Seminary professor’s personal blog. Interested in: ‘really good coffee, technology, photography, travel, learning almost anything, pentecostalism.’[Technorati Rank: 377,609, position: #30, link to this entry]
Rob Wilkerson Visit Blog
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Miscellanies on the Gospel From the site: ‘Galley-rower for Jesus Christ. Husband of almost 12 years. Father to four children (three boys and a girl). Telecommunications salesman. Reformed, charismatic, and evangelical.’ Rob’s on top of whatever’s going on in the Pentecostal/charismatic web. Watch his site for excellent summaries of disparate arguments.[Technorati Rank: 377,609, position: #31, link to this entry]
Stephen Winters Visit Blog
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The Sound of Thunder Pastoral blog: ‘my humble attempt to deal with questions people ask me as a pastor, and to talk about things that concern me as a pastor’[Technorati Rank: 377,609, position: #32, link to this entry]
Mark Heath Visit Blog
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wordandspirit Reformed charismatic, programmer, and musician blogging from the UK.[Technorati Rank: 395,824, position: #33, link to this entry]
Jesse Phillips Visit Blog
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Prophetically Speaking That rarest of pneumablogger: a five-point Calvinist Pentecostal! From the blog: ‘the goal of this site is to be a resource for like-minded people who strive for an ongoing charismatic renewal’[Technorati Rank: 415,686, position: #34, link to this entry]
Paul Grabill Visit Blog
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Beside the Point Sr. Pastor of State College A/G church (PA), blogging pre-evangelistically and intimately. Not just a boss-blog, and not just for pagans.[Technorati Rank: 415,686, position: #35, link to this entry]
Keith Schooley Visit Blog
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The Schooley Files From the blog: ‘A forum for discussing Evangelical theology and related social, political, and literary topics.’[Technorati Rank: 437,475, position: #36, link to this entry]
Michael G. Davis Visit Blog
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Answers for the Faith Charismatic / Vineyard Bible teacher blogging from Laguna Niguel, CA: ‘Answering questions on the Bible and the Christian faith–with comments and observations on Christian survival in a secular society and adversarial environment.’[Technorati Rank: 461,534, position: #37, link to this entry]
Brian LePort Visit Blog
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brianleport.com Brian serves in a variety of capacities at San Fransicso Lighthouse, and currently studying exegetical theology (the best kind!) at Western Seminary. From his blog: ‘theological rants, philosophical musings, and random observations.’ Good blogger with great content.[Technorati Rank: 487,964, position: #38, link to this entry]
Brad Leach Visit Blog
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BLeach Brad is living, dreaming, and writing his blog from the Detroit metro area as a new church planter (Church of the King), chosen as one of the 13 transformational churches by the A/G HQ.[Technorati Rank: 517,455, position: #39, link to this entry]
Paul Chaplain (Pseudonym) Visit Blog
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Worth My Salt A/G pastor turned full-time Army chaplain. Self description: ‘Mostly viral mil-blogger, but hybrid boss- and cat-blogger, respectively.’[Technorati Rank: 587,893, position: #40, link to this entry]
Steven Roemerman Visit Blog
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Roemerman on Record Computer science guy with a degree from Evangel U. blogging on all things tech, politics, and local from Tulsa, OK[Technorati Rank: 587,893, position: #41, link to this entry]
Christoph Fischer Visit Blog
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my cup of coffee Christoph is a pastor in the Pentecostal ‘Volksmission’ movement in Germany. Writer, pastor, theologian, doctoral student. Get a jolt of smart, caffeinated blogging here.[Technorati Rank: 629,416, position: #42, link to this entry]
Kyle French Visit Blog
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Neumatikos Big-picture thinker studying for his MDiv at Gordon Conwell Theological Seminary[Technorati Rank: 629,416, position: #43, link to this entry]
Wayne Newcomb Visit Blog
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Equippers Network With a varied resume as a former pastor, Bible college prof and dean, and suicide prevention center director, Wayne wants to help you fulfill your call.[Technorati Rank: 629,416, position: #44, link to this entry]
Bruce Harpel Visit Blog
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sprucegoose Philosopher, builder, and now theologian, blogging ‘prophetic musings about life and current events from the Univ. of Minnesota.’ Bruce is a reformed charismatic blogger with far too many degrees.[Technorati Rank: 676,883, position: #45, link to this entry]
Frank Johnson Visit Blog
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Strategic Digital Outreach Internet marketing/strategy site: ‘I find myself thinking, ‘These [Internet marketing] techniques should be used to spread the gospel.’[Technorati Rank: 676,883, position: #46, link to this entry]
Jim Filer Visit Blog
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Brainwaves Jim’s an old-school holiness guy now serving in the A/G, and blogging devotionally.[Technorati Rank: 676,883, position: #47, link to this entry]
Robert Spencer Visit Blog
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In the Clearing His third blog, still making up his mind what he wants to write about! From the blog: ‘it’s .. my whiteboard, my blank slate, my scribble-pad.’ Plus a lot of great book snippets.[Technorati Rank: 676,883, position: #48, link to this entry]
Scott Aughtmon Visit Blog
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Random Ramblings of a Church Gatherer Personal pastoral blog: ‘The thoughts, ideas, and random ramblings of a church gatherer (planter) in Palo Alto, CA.’[Technorati Rank: 676,883, position: #49, link to this entry]
George Paul Wood Visit Blog
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GeorgePWood Able preacher and son of the well-known A/G exec, George O. Wood, but not to be confused with him! From the blog: ‘A Daily Journal of Religion, Culture, and Politics.’ Personal weblog and repository for lecture and sermon texts.[Technorati Rank: 731,678, position: #50, link to this entry]

Ranked 51-100

Greasy Joan Visit Blog
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keelthepot Personal weblog of ‘A traditional Anglican who frequently wears a Presby-costal suit.’ From the site: ‘Reflections on homekeeping, minding children, radical obedience to the Word of God, the U.S. Constitution, limited government, midwifery, making milk, and the world at large.’[Technorati Rank: 731,678, position: #51, link to this entry]
Paul Huxley Visit Blog
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The Rock Badger Reformed Charismatic blogger out of the UK, studying at Univ. of Surrey in Guildford[Technorati Rank: 731,678, position: #52, link to this entry]
David Copeland Visit Blog
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Revival Journal A bit of a ministry boss blog and newsletter with some viral articles about revival and evangelism thrown in for good measure.[Technorati Rank: 795,643, position: #53, link to this entry]
Kevin Mark Smith Visit Blog
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Right-Wing Agenda A practicing criminal law attorney and active Pentecostal blogger out of Kansas. From the blog: ‘conservative commentary and dialogue on all issues that impact American culture’[Technorati Rank: 795,643, position: #54, link to this entry]
M. D. McMullin Visit Blog
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m.d. mcmullin Family Pastor at Rose Heights Church of God in Tyler, TX.[Technorati Rank: 795,643, position: #55, link to this entry]
Tim Plett Visit Blog
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Callmeteem Charismatic blogger and writer hailing out of Manitoba, Canada. From his site: ‘ I write for a small town weekly newspaper and serve in the leadership of a small independent Charismatic church.’[Technorati Rank: 795,643, position: #56, link to this entry]
Chilly Chilton Visit Blog
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The Insomnia Chronicles A/G Detroit area new church planter.[Technorati Rank: 871,446, position: #57, link to this entry]
Kathi Sharpe Visit Blog
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iamhealed.net Kathi is a good friend of mine, an ex-Wiccan and currently serves as ‘a missionary, freelance writer, and web designer from Level Cross, NC’[Technorati Rank: 871,446, position: #58, link to this entry]
Benjamin Finger Visit Blog
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Pax Vobiscum Ex-IPHC now blogging from a charismatic, post-Pentecostal angle from the Anglican Mission in America.[Technorati Rank: 575,858, position: #62, link to this entry]
Tina Gaspard Visit Blog
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Finally Free in Him Blogging from River Ridge, Louisiana, Tina is all about victory and freedom in Christ[Technorati Rank: 871,446, position: #59, link to this entry]
Will Phillips Visit Blog
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Will Phillips Blogging from Oregon, Will is a Portland State University Chi Alpha missionary: Thoughts and musings on Pentecostalism, the Emerging Church, and the Christian Mystic Tradition.[Technorati Rank: 871,446, position: #60, link to this entry]
David Godzwa Visit Blog
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DiscipleMexico.org A/G missionaries to Mexico: ‘News, notes, and other items about the Godzwa family and their mission to make disciples in Mexico.’ This is a direct link to David’s devotional category, which contains his more viral and thoughtful posts.[Technorati Rank: 962,510, position: #61, link to this entry]
Elizabeth Rios Visit Blog
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Life with Liz Great viral blog by a thoughtful Latina doctoral candidate A/G church planting wife. Busy lady.[Technorati Rank: 962,510, position: #62, link to this entry]
Glen Davis Visit Blog
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Chi Alpha @ Stanford Assemblies of God campus ministry, this one pastored by Glen and Paula Davis. Podcast available, too.[Technorati Rank: 962,510, position: #63, link to this entry]
Oengus Moonbones (Pseudonymn) Visit Blog
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Lunar Skeletons Personal blog of an A/G attender and old-time Pentecostal thinker.[Technorati Rank: 962,510, position: #64, link to this entry]
Chris Hooton Visit Blog
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A Pomo Pentecostal Lectionary Blog Chis Hooton’s personal weblog: ‘Lines of adoration, contemplation and rumination.’[Technorati Rank: 1,072,771, position: #65, link to this entry]
Chris Hooton Visit Blog
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The Lord, The Blues, and the Art of Being Smooth The Lord, The Blues, and the Art of Being Smooth[Technorati Rank: 1,072,771, position: #66, link to this entry]
Darrin Rodgers Visit Blog
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Flower Pentecostal Heritage Center The official weblog of the Flower Pentecostal Heritage Center. Subscribe to this feed and learn about breaking news in A/G history. How’s that for a paradox?[Technorati Rank: 1,072,771, position: #67, link to this entry]
Gary Speer Visit Blog
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Writing Tips From the site: ‘Tips for Writers and Musings on Writing and Life’[Technorati Rank: 1,072,771, position: #68, link to this entry]
Ian B. Visit Blog
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Raiders of the Lost Church A/G blogger on a roll, railing against the Emergent Church and anything unholy.[Technorati Rank: 599,056, position: #69, link to this entry]
James Gilbert Visit Blog
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@ Large From his site: ‘A Christian globe-warrior tries to persuade the whole world, one person at a time. And I’m out to get you too.’ Also, he’s a ‘self-professed ‘Presbycostal.’ I have embraced Reformed Theology, but not to the point that I disown my pentecost[Technorati Rank: 1,072,771, position: #69, link to this entry]
Peter Zefo Visit Blog
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Authentic Spirituality Associate pastor and COGTS student blogging out of Ackworth, GA.: ‘Husband, Father, Teacher, Church Planter, Student, Theologian, Wanna-be Athlete, Fan, Regular Guy…’[Technorati Rank: 1,072,771, position: #70, link to this entry]
Darrell Garrett Visit Blog
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The Dawg House Viral blog from the senior pastor at Harvest Church (CoG) in Galesburg, IL.[Technorati Rank: 1,212,405, position: #71, link to this entry]
Lindsey Hawley Visit Blog
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Life with Lindsey Personal weblog of Chi Alpha campus minister to Stanford University.[Technorati Rank: 1,212,405, position: #72, link to this entry]
Phil Hoover Visit Blog
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Something to Consider Chicago CoG blogger musing on politics, Scripture, and more.[Technorati Rank: 1,212,405, position: #73, link to this entry]
Don Clark Visit Blog
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Spirit Filled Life Blogging as a retired Anglican priest and former psychology professor: ‘My publications and interests are in the integration of psychology and spirituality.’[Technorati Rank: 1,391,575, position: #74, link to this entry]
Bob Mitton Visit Blog
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Everything that’s on my mind Pastoral blog that catalogs what’s on Bob’s mind, and lately becoming more viral by the day.[Technorati Rank: 1,644,723, position: #75, link to this entry]
Curt Harlow Visit Blog
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Chi Alpha Curt Personal weblog of Chi Alpha campus minister, working at the Western Office for XA in California.[Technorati Rank: 1,644,723, position: #76, link to this entry]
Donald L. Clark and Charles Osborne Visit Blog
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Terrestrially Challenged A couple wild and crazy Anglican priests mixing it up with prophetic ministry. Worth a read. Self described: ‘Two Anglican priests who, over the years, have encouraged one another’s ministry by e-mail dialoguing. Our blog is to open up the conversation to others, and hope they will join in with their comments and suggestions.’[Technorati Rank: 1,644,723, position: #77, link to this entry]
George Flattery Visit Blog
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Bread for the Journey Pastor and former missionary to France, blogging out of Battle Creek, MI (First A/G). From the blog: ‘A search for truth and meaning in life.’[Technorati Rank: 1,644,723, position: #78, link to this entry]
Mark Brand Visit Blog
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Lessons in Leadership From the blog: ‘dedicated to sharing some of the lessons I have learned from following Jesus and allowing Him to help me lead others’[Technorati Rank: 1,644,723, position: #79, link to this entry]
Peter Versteeg Visit Blog
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hollenweger center (we)blog Team blogging: ‘An online community for pentecostal/charismatic studies.’[Technorati Rank: 1,644,723, position: #80, link to this entry]
Phil Steiger Visit Blog
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Bible Study Reflections Pastoral blog out of Colorado Springs, CO (Quail Lake Community Church): ‘This blog is devoted to my reflections on the weekly Bible Study at QLCC.’[Technorati Rank: 1,644,723, position: #81, link to this entry]
Steve Cox Visit Blog
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North to Alaska Personal weblog of a man freshly called to ministry, headed to Alaska.[Technorati Rank: 1,038,416, position: #87, link to this entry]
R. Duane Gryder Visit Blog
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Desert Highway Ministries My friend Duane is a fearless small-church pastor who gave up his pastorate to hit the road … on a Harley! He and his wife Janet are now serving as Home Missionary chaplains to other bikers and to prisoners. His blog is a combination newsletter blog mixed in with some thoughtful posts about ministry and life with God. From the blog: ‘Reaching, Teaching, and Equipping America’s bikers for the Kingdom of God’[Technorati Rank: 1,644,723, position: #82, link to this entry]
Seth Henderson Visit Blog
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Dream the Journey New blogger, combination diary and opinion blog: ‘Growth, leadership, fun, lacey, dreaming, christ, friends’[Technorati Rank: 1,644,723, position: #83, link to this entry]
Sarah Angeline Brant Visit Blog
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Sarah’s Stuff! Personal blog of Evangel College student living in California.[Technorati Rank: 1,374,760, position: #90, link to this entry]
Bethany Pledge Visit Blog
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Mentionables Great blog from Wheaton graduate and A/G minister’s daughter with Anglican tendencies.[Technorati Rank: 2,124,856, position: #84, link to this entry]
Bill Kinley Visit Blog
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billkinleydotcom Pastoral blog out of Annapolis, MD (New Journey Community Church)[Technorati Rank: 2,124,856, position: #85, link to this entry]
Brooke Bergan Visit Blog
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Writer’s Heart Ministries Young A/G writter and blogger out of Iowa sharing thoughts on writing and abuse recovery. Now vlogging via YouTube.[Technorati Rank: 2,124,856, position: #86, link to this entry]
Bryan Davenport and J. Clark Visit Blog
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Nothing to Censure With an A/G pastor as one of the drivers this is a semi-pastoral thought-blog. Part devotional part thought-provoker, it’s new and a little raw. Will be watching for good things![Technorati Rank: 2,124,856, position: #87, link to this entry]
Chris M. Powell Visit Blog
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Chris’ Blog Chris is a student at the COG Theological Seminary, posting his musings on all things pop and Christian. Fairly new blog.[Technorati Rank: 2,124,856, position: #88, link to this entry]
Kenneth Charles Hahn Visit Blog
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Thinking Out Loud Personal weblog of worship leader at East End Assembly of God (Pittsburgh, PA).[Technorati Rank: 1,374,760, position: #96, link to this entry]
Frank Johnson Visit Blog
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Prodigal God Assemblies of God minister’s personal blog: ‘…how lavish, how extravagant, and how unrestrained our Father’s love for us is.’[Technorati Rank: 2,124,856, position: #89, link to this entry]
Gilbert Contreras Visit Blog
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The Latest News from Gilbert and Virginia Contreras Ministry weblog from Assembly of God missionaries to missionaries to university students and professionals in Argentina[Technorati Rank: 2,124,856, position: #90, link to this entry]
John Laukkanen Visit Blog
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ahavafriend CBC Graduate and my wife’s and my good friend. John’s a quality guy with some out of the box thoughts: ‘Relationships make me think and I think about how to make relationships better.’[Technorati Rank: 2,124,856, position: #91, link to this entry]
Marc Velasquez Visit Blog
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Spudlets Description: ‘Church of God viral blogger and computer tech, trying to answer the question: Can a blog give God glory, planting little taters (spudlets) of wisdom and praise in this Internet dirt?’[Technorati Rank: 2,124,856, position: #92, link to this entry]
Mark E. Hardgrove Visit Blog
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From the Keyboard of Dr. Mark E. Hardgrove Devotional and reflection blog from a senior CoG pastor in Conyers, GA.[Technorati Rank: 2,124,856, position: #93, link to this entry]
Maryellen Bernadette Visit Blog
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To Everything a Time Personal website: ‘ First and above all, I am a Christian. I am also a wife, specifically a pastor’s wife. A mother, grandmother, teacher, daughter, big sister and best friend.’[Technorati Rank: 2,124,856, position: #94, link to this entry]

Ranked 100 and above

Neil Smith Visit Blog
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Neil’s Notes Associate pastor blogging out of Florida: ‘The ravings of a simple man on a journey where no man has ever gone before…and sometimes where no man really wants to go!’[Technorati Rank: 2,124,856, position: #95, link to this entry]
Rich Lorenz Visit Blog
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Insights from a Desert Father Self-described as a combo cat and viral blogger, Rich lives in the desert, but longs for a greener place, no longer pursuing knowledge of God, but God himself.[Technorati Rank: 2,124,856, position: #96, link to this entry]
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Ron’s Random Ruminations From the blog: ‘Applying biblical priniciples to the practical, everday issues and choices of life’[Technorati Rank: 2,124,856, position: #97, link to this entry]
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Pelajus Ponder Point Former minister and thinking blogger: ‘Heretical thoughts from a true believer’ Interesting viral blog from someone who doesn’t always toe the party line. Refreshing.[Technorati Rank: 2,910,025, position: #98, link to this entry]
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Commonplace A/G Pastoral blog: Daily thoughts and reflections from an East Lansing, Michigan, pastor.[Technorati Rank: 2,910,025, position: #99, link to this entry]
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Thin~Spaces Regent graduate doing church the Emergent way: ‘Moments of spiritual awareness within our daily routine . . . living a life of faith in an emerging culture’[Technorati Rank: 2,910,025, position: #100, link to this entry]
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Lifetime Intimate Portrait: Deanna Shrodes Co-pastor out in Tampa Bay, FL: ‘what I’m currently learning, things God is showing me, things others have taught me, non-sensical stuff I’m thinking about, really life changing stuff I’m thinking about, and even sharing a little bit about things I haven’t figured out yet and am not sure I ever will’[Technorati Rank: 2,910,025, position: #101, link to this entry]
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Spiritual Adventures in an Emerging Culture Director of the D.Min program and associate professor at the Assemblies of God Theological Seminary, an Emergent church observer, and my former pastor. Great viral blogger.[Technorati Rank: 2,910,025, position: #102, link to this entry]
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First Word: First A/G, Fairbanks, AK Pastoral blog out of Fairbanks, Alaska (First A/G). Used to be ‘Reaching Beyond Ourselves’[Technorati Rank: 1,932,777, position: #111, link to this entry]
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A Pastor’s Thoughts Pastoral blog: ‘My thoughts and feelings on what God is doing in my life, my church and the world.’[Technorati Rank: 2,910,025, position: #103, link to this entry]
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The Journey Assemblies of God church planter’s blog: ‘My journey as I get to lead the start of a new church for the young adults of this world’[Technorati Rank: 2,910,025, position: #104, link to this entry]
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perichorus From the blog: ‘Visioneering a new kind of pentecostal church for the postmodern world … a theology of Pentecostal experience, purposed for the building of a local church’[Technorati Rank: 2,910,025, position: #105, link to this entry]
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Simultanaity Pastoral blog out of Temperance, MI (Bedford Christian Community A/G) From the blog: ‘Simultaneously encouraging, uplifting, humorous notes, news, and thoughts from Nate Elarton’[Technorati Rank: 2,910,025, position: #106, link to this entry]
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TheRevZone Striving to be pithy, this GOGblogging pastor is in his fourth decade and still feeling like a kid.[Technorati Rank: 2,910,025, position: #107, link to this entry]
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Pathway Church Palo Alto, CA – ‘Together on the Journey’ Pastoral/church blog for Pathway Church Palo Alto, CA[Technorati Rank: 2,910,025, position: #108, link to this entry]
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Beyond Mere Typical Kinesics Personal weblog of A/G video producer, currently working with Bridgetown Ministries in Portland, Oregon. From the blog: ‘Thoughts, observations, pictures, media’[Technorati Rank: 2,910,025, position: #109, link to this entry]
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Equipper’s Blog Like his network blog (See Equipper’s Network), thi is Wayne’s personal blog: ‘Speaking light to those who follow Jesus, so that they can be a part of what he is doing in the Earth today.’[Technorati Rank: 2,910,025, position: #110, link to this entry]
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Unspoken Inc. Blog From the site: ‘Unspoken is a ministry that is designed to provide a resource to youth pastors, enabling them to love, affirm and coach young people who are struggling with unwanted same-sex attraction, or those who label themselves as gay.’ [Technorati Rank: 4,446,976, position: #111, link to this entry]
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The Gad(d)about Charismatic/Vinyard blogger: ‘I’m a journalist in greater Phoenix. Son of a preacher, married to the daughter of a preacher, and somehow we’ve maintained our faith.’[Technorati Rank: 3,034,263, position: #121, link to this entry]
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The Ultimate Issue Chicago Assembly of God pastor and editor of PreachingToday.com. Catch his podcast sermons at lschurch.blogspot.com[Technorati Rank: 4,446,976, position: #112, link to this entry]
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Opaque Mirror Dave Lacy’s a good friend of mine from Muskegon who really ought to consider taking up the cloth. But for now he reads C.S. Lewis and things so I don’t have to. Just wish he’d blog more often.[Technorati Rank: 4,446,976, position: #113, link to this entry]
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William Molenaar Evangel graduate, currently working at the Flower Pentecostal Heritage Center[Technorati Rank: 4,446,976, position: #114, link to this entry]
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Free to Believe Retired pastor, author of ‘Growing up Penteostal,’ and syndicated newspaper columnist, Stephen blogs with an easy-to-read narrative style.[Technorati Rank: 8,911,336, position: #115, link to this entry]
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Roughrider’s Road A motorcycle-riding CoG pastor posting his musings out of nowhere. Fairly new, but thoughtful.[Technorati Rank: 1,562,109,, position: #116, link to this entry]
Ryan Beaty Visit Blog
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Alumni President ‘Faculty member at enrollment representative at Global University. Working on a Masters of Divinity at Assemblies of God Theological Seminary.’[Technorati Rank: 1,562,109,, position: #117, link to this entry]
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Milk and Honey: Thoughts on Life and Leadership Pastor’s blog out of Washington, DC (Laurel First A/G) From the site: ‘Building CHAMPIONS for Christ.’[Technorati Rank: 2,181,865,, position: #118, link to this entry]
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Crumbs from the Master’s Table Personal pastoral weblog: ‘Married to my sweetheart and best friend, Alli. Father of four. Pastor a great church. Love good coffee. Enjoy life very much, but will be glad to get home to Heaven.’[Technorati Rank: 2,181,865, position: #120, link to this entry]
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God’s Lavish Love in Unformed Rhythms of Grace Personal weblog and commentary site of pastor’s wife (Dan Betzer) at First A/G in Ft Myers, Florida.[Technorati Rank: 2,181,865,, position: #119, link to this entry]
Don Martin Visit Blog
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My Thinking Thoughts A/G missionary lecturing at the Continental Theological Seminary in Belgium[Technorati Rank: 2,181,865,, position: #120, link to this entry]
Jerry Scott Visit Blog
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Thought for the Day Pastoral blog with reflection posted each day.[Technorati Rank: 2,181,865,, position: #121, link to this entry]
Henry Haney Visit Blog
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Henry’s Musings Pastoral COGblogger out of North Carolina: ‘I’m just an ordinary guy who happens to be a pastor. I love the Lord and I love to study the Bible’[Technorati Rank: 3,404,858,, position: #122, link to this entry]
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GroupLink A place to ‘brainstorm and interact together regarding the value of community and group life.’ Pastoral blog out of Battle Creek, MI (First A/G)[Technorati Rank: 3,404,858, position: #125, link to this entry]
Jack Hayford Visit Blog
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From the President Newsletters from the president of the Foursquare church. Normally, I wouldn’t link to a boss blog, but Hayford’s communiques are probably too important to completely ignore.[Technorati Rank: Unranked!, position: #123, link to this entry]
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ChristianBlog.Com :: abelajohnb Crack coder, former minister, and all around great guy blogging and slinging code out of California. Expert with technology, passionate about Native Americana.[Technorati Rank: Unranked!, position: #124, link to this entry]
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Evotional Innovative Theater Church’ pastor and viral blogger. From the site: ‘The goal of evotional.com is to spark a creative revolution within the church…’[Technorati Rank: Unranked!, position: #125, link to this entry]
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Dead Christians Society Hailing from the Pentecostal Assemblies of Canada, Chris formerly served as managing editor for Christian History and Biography, and is now associate professor of Christian history at Bethel Seminary in Minnesota. He’s currently writing a regular online article for CHB: ‘Grateful to the Dead.’[Technorati Rank: Unranked!, position: #126, link to this entry]
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Chris Maxwell’s Newsletter Chris is a pastor, writer, speaker, and teacher who lost his way with words when struck by viral encephalitis. His recovery and healing is testimony to God’s grace, and his blog is well worth the read.[Technorati Rank: Unranked!, position: #127, link to this entry]
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Itch’s Desk COG minister blogging and strumming his guitar. As Jeff says, his blog serves to ‘encourage the Body of Christ through a devotional format, as well as occasionally have a laugh or share what God has been speaking to me and leading me to do.’[Technorati Rank: Unranked!, position: #128, link to this entry]
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Peg’s Place: Fun and Faith for Your Soul! Maybe not ‘viral,’ but somehow contagious: ‘a lite version of the popular Peggie’s Place on the Web.’ Peg’s an old friend of mine from back in the day (when I was at Springfield, MO) and I’m continually amazed at how this gentle lady went from being totally intimidated by the Web, to eventually rising to become the editor of one of the largest Christian newsletters around (Internet for Christians). Peg’s no longer editing IFC, but she’s still blogging, and still putzing around with her website. For a good chuckle or two, stop by and say Hi! Tell her I sent you. She’ll get a kick out of that. No, really. She will.[Technorati Rank: Unranked!, position: #129, link to this entry]
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Coffee Talk with Professor Walston The founder and president of distance-education school – Columbia Evangelical Seminary – shares his thoughts on issues of importance and relevance to Pentecostal and Charismatic believers. From the site: ‘the articles cover many topics . . . from theology, to philosophy, to education, to grammar, and more.’ (Note, this is not specifically a blog, but I’ve RSSified the page so you can follow along with these great articles – Rich.)[Technorati Rank: Unranked!, position: #130, link to this entry]

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  39. Amy says:

    Thanks for the links. I quickly opened the first 14 and was happy to find Glen & Paula Davis. We used to attend the same church. It’ll be great catching up with them. I look forward to reading more from fellow AG/Pentecostal/Charismatic bloggers. Thanks.

  40. DLE says:

    Thanks for the nod for my blog Cerulean Sanctum. If we ever catch up to the Reformed bloggers out there in sheer numbers, it will definitely be a miracle!

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  42. Interesting list. Thanks for adding us!

  43. vigilant20 says:

    What a great idea…I was just looking for other Apostolic bloggers :) I’m Pentecostal and I’d appreciate being added to the list as well.

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  45. Jann Dell says:

    Thank you for including me on your list. Under my ministry blog, you listed me as a Chi Alpha ‘minister’. I can’t take credit for that. However, I am a Chi Alpha alumni who was able to help found the Chi Alpha chapter at the University of North Dakota, Grand Forks, ND, while I was a medical technology student 1967-1971.

  46. liz rios says:

    Hey! Thanks for letting me know about this blog site and for thinking my rants are interesting enough to list. I like the list of what makes blogs interesting, I’ll be sure to note that down too…abrazos!

  47. Just what I was looking for! I’ve noticed tons of recognizeable blogging names from non-Pentecostal traditions. Excellent stuff here!

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  49. Thanks. Your list is invaluable.

    Soon the hoary cartographer might be able to finally place the legendary Isle of Pentecostal Bloggers somewhere on his famous of the Blogific Ocean.

  50. Rich says:

    Ha ha, Moonbones. That’s a brilliant map. Hopefully we’ll get an islet on there someday. Meanwhile, the cartographers missed the fact that the Isle of Pomo has no center, it shifts around from time to time (so it should be applied with velcro), and its boundares are vague, oft-blurred, and redefined by each new generation of dwellers.

  51. Bruce Chant says:

    Thanks for the link.
    Great resource.

  52. I’m AG (Chicago Tabernacle), and have a blog. Would love to be added to your list.

  53. Tyler Gould says:

    Thanks for the nod:-)

  54. Barb says:

    I would love to be added to your Pentecostal list. I’m from the Church of God/Cleveland, TN affiliation — definitely pentecostal. I don’t say that on my blog, but am linked to my church web site and the CofGod at Cleveland.

    And, Peggie of Peggie’s Place is my best friend! :)

  55. Brooke says:

    What a great idea! I’ve been looking for other A/G bloggers, and now I’ve found some. Thanks for linking to me also. I count it an honor to be linked here. One thing, though, I don’t really write much about abuse recovery other than my testimony. Most of my blog is simply devotions for the average Christian, written from a Pentecostal viewpoint. God bless, and thanks again for linking to me.

  56. Ben Finger says:

    Till this year I was a member of the International Pentecostal-Holiness Church. Year or so ago I left the pentecostal church over the doctrine of initial evidence. Since then I have joined the Anglican Mission in America and still a tongue talking believer.

    Currently I am pursuing a M.A. Theological Studies (Historical) from Asbury Theological Seminary.

    My blog which is referenced here primary serves three purposes: (1) to interact with issues from a Christian standpoint, (2) a venue to publish poetry from a Christian worldview, & (3) a place to seek input on issues in my Christian walk. I do not intend this blog ever to be a “journal.”

  57. Chuck Fisher says:

    I see that I am listed here, but VIRAL? :)

  58. I’d like to bring my blog “my cup of coffee” (blog.toph.de) to your attention. I’m currently doing my doctorate in Pentecostal systematic theology and the blog mainly serves as a platform to put my thoughts up for discussion. Activity somewhat varies, as my job as a pastor can be very demanding at times.

  59. Jeff Richard says:

    Hi there. The purpose of my blog is to encourage the Body of Christ through a devotional format, as well as occasionally have a laugh or share what God has been speaking to me and leading me to do.

    I am Ordained in the COG, and am an associate minister, helping out the ministry of the church doing everything from playing guitar every Sunday to assisting with the youth. When the doors are opened, I also enjoy preaching to other congregations.

  60. It seems to me that I fit into your blogroll more than any other. I am Pentecostal in my theology although a bit more Reformed perhaps than some.

    My blog, “Crossroads: Where Faith and Inquiry Meet”, is definitely in the viral category as the central purpose is to examine and discuss current trends in the evangelical church and especially the Charismatic/Pentecostal wing.

    Thanks for considering me.

    Diane R.

  61. Rich says:

    Hi,

    If you’ve added a comment here but haven’t seen your site show up in the list yet, please be patient. There’s been a lot going on lately, and I’m trying to catch up.

    I’ve taken out a new domain name: http://www.pneumablogs.com/ Perhaps someday I’ll be able to turn that into an editable category directory along the lines of Yahoo/DMOZ or whatever. Any advice on an open-source tool that will allow that, feel free to pass it along!

    Rich.
    The

  62. Hi,

    Stumbled onto your blog and would love to be considered for your site!

    Keep up the great work bloggers!

  63. I found your site through a link from Travis Johnson. I would appreciate your considering putting my two sites on your list. They are: Growing up Pentecostal: jstephenconn.blogspot.com , and Free to Believe: freetobelieve.blogspot.com.

    I look forward to checking out more of your site.

    Thanks,
    Stephen

    [Stephen, I added your Free to Believe page to the list. Growing Up Pentecostal was more about the book and less about commentary/opinion, so it didn't make the cut. — Rich]

  64. K. Campeau says:

    Stumbled here and would like to receive comments… Am looking for a doctoral program on Pentecostal, Charismatic studies… that’s where my interests lie… this blog may fit the bill…

  65. Like my e-mail address says, I’m a “cogpk” which is Church of God Preacher’s Kid. Of course, I’m a 50 year old kid and am 4th generation COG. I am an alumnus of Lee University. I am married to a COGPK and have 3 daughters. You may take a look at my short blog to see if I am worthy. I have enjoyed your blog. Merry Christmas!!!

    [Sorry, Eddie, your blog wasn't "viral" enough (see below) to make the cut this time around. — Rich.]

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  70. Dave Taylor says:

    I had a vision of you, Rich, and you were 900 feet tall and you said to me, “Alright already! I’ll put you on the PneumaBlogs list. Just don’t die on me!”

    OK, maybe you weren’t 900 feet tall. And maybe it wasn’t you. OK, now I’m begging. Will you please put me on the list?

    Dave Taylor
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    A blog on the vital importance of discipleship. (Please check out my post, ‘I Am the Very Model of a Blogging Evangelical’ for my credentials)

    [If anybody knows where Dave's gone off to, I would be happy to link to him here. Send me a link, because the URL listed above is not active. Dave? Dave? Are you out there? — Rich.]

  71. Rich says:

    Well, a couple things to report. After a hiatus earlier this year, I redesigned the blog and implemented a new theme. Unfortunately, I didn’t notice for quite some time that the new theme did not include comments on pages like this one–just comments on posts. So, tonight, when I thought I’d add a couple more bloggers to the roll, I suddenly realized, “Hey! Where’d all my lovely comments go?”

    So, a little hacking around in my PHP files later, I got that problem rectified. And so I scrolled down memory lane and saw there were a few commenters here whose sites I’d never reviewed for inclusion.

    Well, congratulations are in order!

    Please visit the new blogs and if you find something you like be sure to leave them a comment! Here are the newest additions:

    And, yes, Travis gets another link because he has the temerity to shut down one blog, open another, and not move the old COG Blogs page.

    :: sigh ::

    I’ll be cleaning and pruning some of the less viral bloggers out of here in the coming weeks. If that means you get cut, I’m sorry. I apologize in advance. But journals and diaries just aren’t compelling reading for me unless you’re an unusually thoughtful poster. And, ultimately, I’m hoping that what interests me interests you, my readers. Please don’t take it personally: blogging is what it is. Do it for the joy of it and make apologies to no one, especially me.

    I’ve noticed a handful of bloggers seem to have become inactive lately. As I do my pruning, I may have to decide to cut you, if you haven’t been posting new entries. These are the blogs at highest risk right now:

    I’ll try to link to your blog as long as it remains active, but once the posting hiatus turns into several months, it’s looking like you may be gone for good and I’ll need to remove you from the list. Sorry about that.

    Please feel free to send me updates, new links to other P/c bloggers, and have fun surfing the Pneumasphere!

    Rich

  72. Joe Gnatek says:

    Hey Rich. Just found your list of links. Nice to see I at least know a couple of people on it. I wouldn’t mind having my blog on the list too. If not fine either way. My blog is soultrek.blogspot.com. It is my thoughts on life, love, laughter and the church. I’m an AG pastor in NE. Thanks

  73. Mark Brand says:

    Hi Rich!

    Thanks for putting together your PneumaBlogs list … ! I’ve recommended it to my pastor friends as a great resource.

    I was born and raised a classical Pentecostal preacher’s/missionary’s kid, and after serving for a number of years as a resident missionary to France, now pastor a “Holy Spirit friendly” church in Dallas, Texas. (hillcrestchurch.org)

    I have recently started two blogs, the one I think you might want to add is: HarvestLeadership. I use it to share my own thoughts on spiritual leadership and findings from the web with other spiritual leaders on topics like “How to Evaluate Prophetic Words” and “Even Jesus Chose A Judas“.

    Keep up the good work and may God grant you an even better job than what sounds like it has been a great one at CTi…!

    Blessings!

    Mark

  74. Hi Rich,

    Thanks for your list and all the hard work you have obviously put into it — I’ve really found some insightful blogs as a result.

    I am co-pastor of Northside Assembly of God, in Tampa, FL, with my husband, Larry. In addition to my blog at http://www.lifetimeintimateportraitds.blogspot.com, I also have a website dedicated to those who are serving in a co-pastor role (www.pastoringpartners.com).

    I’d appreciate it if you’d check the blog out in consideration of adding it to your list. Thanks so much and keep up the good work.

    Blessings,

    Deanna

  75. ilona says:

    I would like you to consider my True Grit blog.
    http://truegrit.weblogs.us/

    I am viral, just not as catching as some. but hope to change that:)

  76. Rich,
    I began a blog last month on discipleship and revival related topics. My readership is continually increasing. I seem to be touching on topics that are stoking fires.

    http://www.chetswearingen.wordpress.com

    I am a 3rd generation minister. COG/ AG. current church is http://www.newhope.in/

    I have also started the Beautiful Feet Network for a UPG in Indonesia.

    A quick glance at my blog will confirm that my writing is 1) opinionated; 2) contains critical thought, and contains; 3) commentary.

    Looking to the Future,
    Chet

  77. Rich,

    I think you should consider one of the latest additions to the blogosphere, Don Martin’s “My Thinking Thoughts.” Don is an A/G missionary to Europe and professor at Continental Theological Seminary in Brussels, Belgium. He’s in his sixties, but has had the courage to start a blog just recently.

    God bless you,

    Toph.

  78. Rich says:

    Thanks, guys, for your great suggestions. I apologize for not updating the list lately, but I’ll get around to it (my freelancing work doesn’t really leave me much time to work on the site like I want to, sadly, but I haven’t forgotten you. You’re all in my queue.)

    Rich
    BlogRodent

  79. Rich, great work. I’m an A/G pastor about to turn full-time Army Chaplain in a few days. Mostly viral mil-blogger, but hybrid boss and cat-type, respectively. Already added your button to my site. Peace, Paul.

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  85. I stumbled into your list through Jason Clark’s blog. It looks like a great way to connect with what other charismatics, etc., are writing. It would be great if you were inclined to add my blog as well. Thanks!

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  91. I am a “Holiness Church Boy” who is examining his pentecostal heritage in the clear light of scripture. My blog name is “Wake Up and Smell the Communion Juice!” I started it to provoke people to think about their faith and practice in a provacative and sometimes, confrontational way.

    I am areally and truly LOVING this site and the biblical articulation of Easy G. I was trying to add this site to my blog on the blog roll. I am so new to blogging and not really computer literate so I am having trouble. HELP. Iam sending the site address to many of my friends. Varied and Multiplied Blessings to you in Jesus’ name.

  92. Ant Hilder says:

    Hi!

    I’m putting my blog forward for your consideration. Its a journal of my thoughts about what it means to be Christian, charismatic, reformed and missional today.

    As you can see, I’ve linked here in my sidebar.

    Come and take a look around some time!

    Thanks
    Ant

  93. Joshua Moran says:

    Thanks for creating such a great resource for Pentecostal bloggers and surfers. I love what you have done and I am adding you to my site! Keep it up!

  94. Nate elarton says:

    Missed being in this edition of the pnuemablogs. Would love to be on your list

  95. Bimonics says:

    Thanks for the aggregated gathering of information and Spirit-filled people.

  96. I found this site about a year ago, when I set up my blog. I was looking to connect with other pentecostal/Assemblies of God bloggers out there, and I found several here. Thanks for creating this site!
    Please consider adding my blog to your listing, here.
    My blog focuses on arming Christians for spiritual warfare. In my blog, I try to focus on trends and lies that are posing specific threats to the church today–”wolves in sheep’s clothing,” if you will. As for my content being “viral,” I don’t know, although I hope so.

    Thank you,
    Rachel

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