More PneumaBloggers

More PneumaBloggers

Just a very quick note to say that I’ve updated the PneumaBlogs list in recent days to include some stellar new names, including:

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: 1,038,416, position: #79]
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: 392,861, position: #49]
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: 30,262, position: #11]
J. Stephen Conn Visit Blog
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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: 1,932,777, position: #105]
Jeff Richard Visit Blog
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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: 3,034,263, position: #116]
Matt Green Visit Blog
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The Ministry Report Editor of Ministry Today magazine and ordained Assemblies of God minister. Matt’s on top if it all and tells it like it is. From the blog: ‘contains opinion and editorial content intended to generate critical thought and creative action.’[Technorati Rank: 199,243, position: #35]
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: 363,597, position: #47]
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: 2,470, position: #2]

Hop on over to browse the latest!


7 thoughts on “More PneumaBloggers

  1. Rich Post author

    Glad you could use your daily ration of unusal verbiage over on this here weblog, David! Glad to have you on our humble little list.

    Blog away! And remember to be viral. Not in an encepalepathic sort of way, but more in a pentellectual sort of way.


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  3. Amy

    When I grow up, I’m going to be a Pneumablogger… Alas, I’m not feeling very viral lately. A little nauseous maybe, but not viral.

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