My Reads


In this section, I will on occasion post blogs or reading material that I think it worthy of my blog readers time. If you think your blog is worthy to be added use the contact link below and let me know.


Nelson Fernandez

Nelson’s blog is the blog of Pastor Nelson Fernandez Jr.

Nelson is a pastor in the Carolina’s. He’s doing his DMin in Leadership and, in addition to being a husband and father, he recently became a published author. His debut book is titled,Talking Over Haystacks: 25 Thoughts on Leadership, Ministry, and the Future of Adventism. I have known Pastor Nelson since college, and he has always demonstrated a keen mind, passion for the written word, and a fun risk-taking leadership style. Nelson has become an increasingly proactive voice for young leaders in the church, and his thoughts are worth my readers time.


Matthew Shallenberger

In This Atmosphere it the blog of Pastor Matthew Shallenberger.

Matthew is a pastor in currently in Georgia and is the is a husband and father of two. Matthew, in addition to pastoring, enjoys playing guitar and has a passion for social justice. What I think my readers will admire about Matthew most is how he is fearless in defending moral stances that are often overlooked by many Christians. I’d best describe Matthew as someone who does not just want to be called a Christian but wants to be found being one and advocating that voice in the world.


Sarah Monzon

Sarah Monzon Writes is the Author’s page of the emerging works of Sarah Monzon. 

Sarah is a successful published Christian fiction author who is well reviewed on my blog section for her novels The Isaac Project, Finders Keepers, and her novella 12 Days Of Snowmen. Sarah’s writing is an engaging mix of ministry and entertaining fiction and a great tool for speaking to young adults about matters of faith.

 

 


 

The Haystack Blog is the blog from Haystack.org

This is a blog of various authors collection thoughts of young adults on issues that matter to young adults. Its focus is on young adults in the Adventist Church. However, it’s material is gripping to those in many walks of faith.


 

 

 

 

 

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