Food For Thought: Thirty Days To Greater Fruitfulness Week 2

Every week here at Pursuing Glory I try to bring together the best posts I’ve found that will equip the end-times church to operate in her God-ordained destiny.  These are the best blogs, articles, books and other resources related to our purpose here at this site.  Feel free to visit, comment, and make use of the resources found at each site.

I never knew that blogging every day could be so difficult.  The people who do this regularly must have no other job or commitments (or they lack small children).  Despite my complaining, this has actually been a good process and I’ve learned a lot about Jesus, listening, blogging, and writing. And now, on with the links.

A New Kind of Disciple Felicity Dale reposts a blog from Intentional Gatherings about a spiritual revolution taking place among young adults in the United States.  It’s a must read at Simply Church.

New Generations International Newspaper Check out this excellent story at David Watson’s blog, Touchpoint, which tells the story of a miracle happening in their church planting network in Southeast Asia.

What is Organic Church This is an in-depth article between Neil Cole and Frank Viola.  Each call what they are doing organic church but the result is very different.  I think this interview by Keith Giles at Subversive1 is incredibly helpful.  We have a lot to learn from both men.

Spiritual Family This blog looks at the shirt that has taken place as a movement-oriented house church network begins to operate as a spiritual family.  House churches will never work if we don’t do both.  Find more at A Holy Discontent’s Weblog.

Emerging Doubt This post is by Steve over at Movements.net.  Steve brings us up to date on why much of the “Emergent Church” conversation didn’t help bring the Gospel to others like they said it would.

Thirty Days To Greater Fruitfulness, Week Two And finally, my little contribution to the internets.  Check out the exploits of a man committed to listening to Jesus and obeying what he hears for 30 days.

Photo Credit: Design Probes – Food for Thought by centralasian.

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About traviskolder

Travis Kolder is a follower of Jesus, a husband, a father of five, an organic church planter, and a writer. He lives in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, where he serves as part of the Cedar Rapids House Church Network.

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