Blogosphere potpourri… free Phil Whickham music, VP mania, and more

Phil Whickham–What a cool thing to have gifted and accomplished worship songwriter Phil Whickham give away for FREE his new release!  Go to www.philwickham.com to download the music. (HT:  Vicky Beeching)

VP pick Sarah Palin (bio here) certainly has lit up the blogosphere. Hugh has words here and here with Huffington Post giving obviously opposing views here.  Yeah, she is not very experienced.  But, I am not going to be too easy on her or listen intently to liberal elites either.  Your take?

A pretty good post here about five kinds of pastors that I think hits home to us who are pastors.  You agree?

And, I finally surpassed 300 followers on twitter.  But, if you are not following, well… here it is www.twitter.com/rkweblog.

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Rich Kirkpatrick

Rich Kirkpatrick

Writer, Speaker, and Musician. Rich Kirkpatrick was recently rated #13 of the “Top 75 Religion Bloggers” by Newsmax.com, having also received recognition by Worship Leader Magazine as “Editor’s Choice” for the “Best of the Best” of blogs in 2011, 2014, 2015 and 2016.

20 comments

  1. Rich,Interesting post on the 5 types of pastors. It seems like each type of pastor has a type of church and situation that they work well in.

    The chaplain looks like the large majority of pastors I’ve met. (Perhaps this is because of seminary education as the article suggests.) But there are probably very few churches that really need that type of pastor.

    I think we need more catalytic pastors.

  2. Rich,Interesting post on the 5 types of pastors. It seems like each type of pastor has a type of church and situation that they work well in.

    The chaplain looks like the large majority of pastors I’ve met. (Perhaps this is because of seminary education as the article suggests.) But there are probably very few churches that really need that type of pastor.

    I think we need more catalytic pastors.

  3. Rich,Interesting post on the 5 types of pastors. It seems like each type of pastor has a type of church and situation that they work well in.

    The chaplain looks like the large majority of pastors I’ve met. (Perhaps this is because of seminary education as the article suggests.) But there are probably very few churches that really need that type of pastor.

    I think we need more catalytic pastors.

  4. Rich,Interesting post on the 5 types of pastors. It seems like each type of pastor has a type of church and situation that they work well in.

    The chaplain looks like the large majority of pastors I’ve met. (Perhaps this is because of seminary education as the article suggests.) But there are probably very few churches that really need that type of pastor.

    I think we need more catalytic pastors.

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