Blogs of Fellow Pilgrims

Fork in pathway - Kings Park

The pilgrim’s way is continually laid with choices. Sometimes a map is a help, yet not all choices are marked on the map. Does one take the road less travelled or the well trod proven road? 

This blogroll comprises links to those from whom I have gained on the continuing journey of discernment.

AFTER.CHURCH

– this blog explores the complicated existence of a 2000-year-old movement that often gets trapped in its own traditions, but is always seeking transformation of itself and the world with which it engages. Some thoughtful practical and inspiring posts.

CHRONICLES OF A KID NEXT DOOR

– an African man studying in the USA reflects on the pros and cons of the legacy of his Christian missionary heritage. Great honest insights for those willing to hear.

FIFTY SHADES OF JAZZ| IMPROVISING LIFE THROUGH JAZZ

– for me, jazz is a music genre that expresses limitless variations of a theme, and this blogger expands this idea to a range of encounters involving art, music, current affairs and popular culture.

IDEAS.TED.COM

– the popular TED talks have a snappy blog equivalent. Always fresh new paths to travel here!

INCURABLE WANDERLUST

– a travel blog with a twist that appeals to the ambiguous nature of wondering and wandering

ITCHY QUILL

– I’ve read four posts and each taught me a lot I didn’t know. Itchy Quill snatches an idea or experience and fills it out with so much information.

STORYSHUCKER

– everyday stories that cut deep

 WE HAVE A DREAM TOO

– Two bloggers, a lawyer and a scientist, write on this site. Both are well-known to me, for they are also pastors in our neighbouring Uniting Church. We share some programmes together and share worship whenever there’s a fifth Sunday in the month.

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2 thoughts on “Blogs of Fellow Pilgrims”

  1. Thank you for including Chronicles of a Kid Next Door on this list. I greatly appreciate this humbling gesture.

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  2. Thanks, Edmond – I’ve neglected my blogging lately – I tend to do it in fits and starts. Your comment has brought me back here reminding me I must catch up on my blog reading too!

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