I was recently talking with my friend Andy Dunning about how we keep up with the world around us. Specifically… with the world’s in which we work. Andy serves as a Bible study leader and chairman of our deacon body at The Fellowship. As a vocation, he owns Landru Design; a cool business that designs and implements conferences, designs and installs media equipment in churches, and trains media personnel in churches and the corporate world. The need for information in Andy’s life is pretty different from mine but we love to talk about what is happening in Christianity in our culture. So, recently, he asked and I shared the sites that I usually read on daily basis. We are both information junkies so it made for an interesting conversation.
Here are the websites that I generally visit everyday to consume information about world events, movements in Christianity, learn about leadership, and gain insight about my work world.
Harvard Business Review – a must read for all-things leadership
Ragan – for information about marketing, publishing, branding
Mashable – aggregating site about digital innovations
Church Leaders – aggregating site with good articles about life in ministry
Bible Study Tools – daily posts from various authors about biblical issues
Thom Rainer – my CEO who writes on leadership and church issues
Trevin Wax –keen insights about theological and cultural issues
Michael Hyatt – former CEO of Thomas Nelson and expert on promotion, publishing, and work efficiencies
Ed Stetzer –offers the best research and analysis of movements in culture
Eric Geiger – posts short, insightful articles about faith
Christian Post – best news aggregated news source for Christians
Huffington Post – I find disagree with much here but find it to be an interesting source of news
SBC Voices – helps me keep up with the SBC theological/political landscape
Baptist Press – informative news each day about life in my denomination
22Words – just plain funny stuff
What websites are the regular places that you visit for learning?