The latest issue of In Part magazine follows up on its successful and insightful four-issue “We Believe” series by asking the question, “What Does It Mean to be Brethren in Christ?”
I’ll save reflections on the rest of the issue for a future post. Right now, I want to highlight the fact that The Search for Piety and Obedience made the issue’s list of “10 BIC Blogs to Bookmark.” Apparently, our “superb storytelling makes BIC history quite thrilling, actually.” Thanks, In Part!
That highlight might sound a little self-serving, so I want to make sure to mention the other excellent Brethren in Christ blogs being hyped in In Part‘s issue. Here’s how the magazine describes each one:
A field of wildflowers
by Kelly Chripczuk, of Engage Community Church (Carlisle, Pa.).
An honest portrait of faith lived out in “real life”
More than this
by Rachel DeMara Sensenig, pastor with Circle of Hope (Philadelphia)
Stunning images coupled with stunning reflections from the city of brotherly love
by Johan Murillo, of La Ciudad de Dios (San José, Costa Rica)
Thoughts on faith, organizational leadership, and tech (en español)
The pangea blog
by Kurt Willems, BIC church planter in Seattle
Bold Anabaptism in a postmodern context
Julie’s Zambian adventures
by Julie Cook, BIC global worker in Zambia
An inspiring 20-something proves that “accountant missionary” is not an oxymoron
The moonius files
by Jay Johnson, pastor of Zion BIC (Abilene, Kans.)
Theological meditations from a “spiritual revolutionary”
Druthers ’n dragons
by Dale Bicksler, of Mechanicsburg, Pa.
Photos and poems that bring the natural world to your computer screen
Life ’n Moz
by Chris Newcomer, BIC global worker in Mozambique
Seasoned missionaries support an emerging BIC faith community
Friar Tuck’s word of the day
by Ron Bowell, pastor of CrossRoads Church (Salina, Kans.)
Trying to find a daily devotional? Look no further
Be sure to check out — even bookmark! — these excellent sites for some additional Brethren in Christ-generated content.
Readers: What other “BIC blogs” do you regularly read? Share them in the comments section!