johnnylaird blogroll S through Z…well, “T” really

OK.

Wrapping up the expanded blogroll:

johnnylaird blogroll A to I

johnnylaird blogroll J through R

johnnylaird blogroll S through Z…well, “T” really

  • I’ve been following Scott Hodge almost from the beginning of my own online noodlings (Scott gets shout outs on johnnylaird from as far back as ’06), having originally been drawn in by the captivating story of the transitional journey of cultural change experienced by the Church Scott now leads.
  • Lon Wong blogs at the recently revamped Solar Crash, a blog I discovered trying to get more info on Erwin McManus & Mosaic in LA. I stumbled across this post, and discovered a lot of common ground as I explored the rest of the blog.
  • Stewart Cutler is one third of the presenting team of the Something Beautiful Podcast, and has been a blogging voice I’ve respected for a long time now.
  • Andrew Jones is otherwise known as Tall Skinny Kiwi, and is – as far as I know – travelling the world with his family in a giant truck! …as documented in their “Jonesberries” blog. At the time of me writing this post they appear to be in the Rif Mountains in Morocco. TSK lives a life of extraordinary adventure, not just because of this latest escapade, also because he stretches himself intellectually, theologically, missionally and in many other ways beside. He also has to take credit as the dude who’s blog inspired Problogger Darren Rowse to start blogging! Tall Skinny Kiwi – the blog, and the man – has huge traction amongst the Church community, and ranks high on many other Jesus following blogs. I like his bio: “travelling around the world with my family in a 4×4 truck to see the world that god loves, to eat unusual food {but not too unusual} and to help change the world by telling stories, throwing parties, making friends and giving gifts. I am interested in spirituality and religion as it collides with new media and the emerging culture “
  • Andrew Jones – emerging, missional conspirator from Bill Kinnon on Vimeo.

  • The Rubicon is not a blog per se, but is amongst the very best places where members of my tribe – The Salvation Army – wrestle vigorously and honestly about the issues of what is means today to be a Salvationist. Clearly it’s very niche, and not for everyone, but I find it an invaluable aid as I try and understand what we were and are as a movement. If you’re a Sallie and you don’t know the Rubicon, it’s definitely worth checking out.
  • I posted a blog called HT to theWeir earlier this year, and shot him straight into the blogroll. Andrew is one of a whole crew of Tweeters who I maintain a fairly constant dialog with. Catch him at @theWeir
  • This Fragile Tent is an exquisite little blog – full of gorgeous pics of Scotland, and wonderful inspiring thoughts from Chris Goan who leads Aoradh (meaning ‘adoration’) – a Christian Arts community in Dunoon on the River Clyde in Scotland. There’s a real kind of Celtic vibe underpinning Chris’ blog – even though Chris is an Englishman!

4 Responses to “johnnylaird blogroll S through Z…well, “T” really”

  1. Lon May 4, 2010 at 1:26 AM #

    thanks for posting! and great list, i’ll be checking some out for sure!

  2. Chris May 4, 2010 at 11:08 AM #

    Why thanks Johnny! Praise indeed from a man whose roots are north of the border!

    Blessings on you and yours…

    Chris

  3. Johnny Laird May 4, 2010 at 12:05 PM #

    Lon, Chris: You’re both very welcome.

    Thanks for passing by, and leaving your comments.

    I appreciate it.

    J

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