A Puritan Prayer: The Valley of Vision. My amazing sister shared this with me some time ago. The puritans are great at putting a Biblical gospel-centered light on difficult situations. This poem continues to be an encouragement to me on a regular basis.
Slaggety Slagg: I wish I’d known about people like this guy back when I attended SBU, a small Baptist university in Missouri. His essay and stories (Part 1, Part 2, Part 3) really resonated with me. If you’re interested in LGBT movements on Christian Universities, also check out: HU Queer Press and One Wheaton
Relevant Magazine: The best way I know how to describe this webzine is culturally relevant while still theologically conservative. While Focus on the Family’s Boundless seems to speak from the perspective of people wrapped up in that strange parallel universe known as Christian Culture, Relevant (as their name implies) does a great job of addressing secular culture as Christians who live in that culture. I thought this article was particularly well written: ‘Christian & Gay‘
John Shore: This guy cracks me up. His humorous approach to advocating on the behalf of gays in the church puts a smile on my face.
GCN: God’s blessed my face off through this site and people who frequent the forums. I’ve officially registered for my first conference coming up this winter.
“Nurturing Contentment,” a sermon by Beau Hughes of The Village Church in TX. I’ve listened to this talk twice already! Its a beautiful reminder to find our fulfillment and satisfaction in Christ regardless of our current circumstances.