The internet is full of extremely bad blog writers, but coming across a good one can be a real blessing to spiritual growth and open life to new and challenging ideas. Therefore, I’d like to introduce you to some of my favourite blogs.

On a practical note, I’ve been using Google Reader to follow blogs. It’s simple to use, has great interactive features, lets you see all the multimedia content, and makes subscribing super easy.

I’ll parse these revelations out over the week so I don’t overwhelm you with too much at once.  Keep in mind that these are going to be completely bent towards my interests in leadership, church life, personal growth and my own nerdy pursuits. BTW, if you know of any other great blogs, let me know so I can check them out.

Let’s Start with the ones I have under “Leadership”. I’m taking most of the descriptions straight from the “About” page of their blog site.

Leadership Blogs

9 Marks: Building Healthy Churches – “9Marks is a ministry dedicated to equipping church leaders with a biblical vision and practical resources. Our goal is simple: churches that display the glory of God.”

Catalystspace – “Leadership has been the topic of focus for the Catalyst brand since inception and will continue to be so. Catalyst and the annual Conferences provide a wide cover for addressing a variety of topics specific to Next Generation Leaders, including organizational leadership, personal leadership, integrity, character, relationships, and teamwork, among others.”

Catalyst Leadership Digital Magazine – An amazing magazine put out for FREE by the Catalyst Leadership folks and Christianity Today magazine.

Michael Hyatt – “It is focused on “intentional leadership.” My mission is to help you live with more passion, work with greater focus and lead with extraordinary influence.  I write on personal development, leadership, productivity, platform, and publishing. On occasion, I write about stuff that doesn’t fit neatly into one of these categories.”

Leadership Journal – “Leadership Journal provides today’s church leaders with biblically faithful, pastorally practical writing. Leadership Journal offers smart, honest perspective on matters of ministry and the Christian leadership experience.”

Out of Ur – “This blog from Leadership Journal is where you can join a lively conversation about the intersection of faithful ministry and popular culture. And those two worlds often collide in unexpected ways.”

Tony Morgan Live – “He’s a consultant, leadership coach and writer who helps churches get unstuck and have a bigger impact…. Tony has also written several articles on staffing, technology, strategic planning and leadership published by organizations like Outreach Magazine, Catalyst and”