Today felt like the perfect day to shamelessly promote some of the other great websites and blogs I read.
Hopefully you’ll give some of my favorites a try for yourself.
Let’s start in house…
Brian Dolleman – He’s my pastor and I’m very proud of that. PB raises up leaders. I bet you’ll be better after reading his stuff for a few weeks.
Angela Hagebusch – She recently started writing and I’m glad she does. Angela writes from a unique perspective and I’m pretty sure is always trying to get her readers to cry.
Shawn Seeley – Shawn is the Northwest Life College Director at www.nwlifechurch.com . He has is Iraq war veteran and writes about once a week. Check him out.
Here are a few of my favorites from people outside NWLife Church:
Tyler Sollie – Tyler is the Executive Pastor at Stone Church in Yakima, WA. Tyler, his wife Amber, and their three kids, are some of my family’s closest friends. He’s a great strategist and is full of wisdom.
Micahn Carter – P. Micahn has been a real inspiration to me. I count him as a friend and a spiritual brother. Only problem… He doesn’t write often enough.
Jason Deuman – Jason has a very unique skill set. He does amateur stand up at local comedy clubs and also serves as Senior Associate Pastor at Creekside Church in Seattle.
Brent Colby – I met Brent while attending Northwest University (then College). In addition to being a superb FIFA Soccer player (Xbox version) he is a Children’s Pastor at Evergreen Christian Community in Olympia, WA.
Here are a few non-churchy sites I like:
Larry Stone – Larry is a baseball writer for the Seattle Times. I love baseball and I read his blog almost everyday.
Grantland – This site combines two things I love to follow and read about, sports and pop culture. It was developed by prominent NBA writer Bill Simmons (who also wrote for Jimmy Kimmel Live).
Ken Levine – You may not recognize his name, but you would certainly recognize the TV shows he’s written for and produced. The Simpsons, Cheers, Frazier, and MASH to name a few. Ken also does play-by-play for the Seattle Mariners occasionally. His site was named one of Time Magazine’s top 25 blogs.