Love attracts love.
Light attracts moths;
and blogs attract bloggers.
If it wasn’t for the blogs I list here and numerous others I don’t, my blog(s) would not exist…at least in their present form. I’m especially grateful to these people for their authentically vulnerable souls, bared for all on the worldwide web. They have given me courage to do similarly.
(Transformative living through contemplative and expressive arts. Curated by Christine and John Valters-Paintner)
(Join exec. director, Tara Owens, in this invitation to spiritual friendship)
(An amazing place where literature, culture, and religious life meet)
Art and Theology: Revitalizing the Christian Imagination
(Expertly curated by Victoria Emily Jones)
Buddy Breathing: a blog about hope
(Lesley-Anne Evans, my good friend and an award-winning poet and writer)
(The brain-child of Wil Hernandez. I once was a blogger here)
Green Preacher: seeking that which is life giving
(Pastor Kent Harrop is a dear friend and colleague)
Janet Hanson: holding things up to the light
(Janet is a still and calm voice of wisdom and grace amid the din)
(What can I say? It’s Malcolm Guite!)
(Fascinating guy. Great writer. Trust me.)
Tadhg Talks: exploring encounters of the liminal kind
(An English/Welsh anam cara mystic well versed in the spiritual journey)
Transpositions: Theology, Imagination and the Arts
(One of the best places to visit in exploring the intersections of spirituality and beauty)
7 thoughts on “cool blogs”
oh my goodness Rob… I am honoured and surprised to find BB in your list… thank you so much
Yours is a refreshingly welcoming, authentic place for bloggie interactions. And you’re a good poet, too.
A delight to find myself here, Rob. Thank you!
Your writing touches me, Janet. I’m thankful to have e-met you and been introduced to you and your ministry. I, in fact, thank you.
Aw, thank you – I only just spotted myself in this hallowed spot. I should take off my blogging shoes or something…
Love you, man!
Your work is neither insubstantial nor trite. It’s all good. I have much to learn from writers further down the path than I. Cheerio the noo as they say in Edinburgh.
thanks for sharing these… wonderful sites … and yours is too!