What’s in Your Reader

August 24, 2007 — 14 Comments

here is what’s in mine. There are 50 I think so far…Make sure you hit the see more tag to see the restGot any suggestions of something I should be reading that I’m not?

Cre8vE [creative] chaos
http://feeds.feedburner.com/Cre8vecreativeChaos

a bright future
http://abrightfuture.wordpress.com/feed/

A Complete 180
http://ac180.com/feed/
All About Worship Podcast
http://feeds.feedburner.com/wordpress/aawp

Arms Wide Open
http://armswideopen.wordpress.com/feed/

Baldworshipleader.com
http://baldworshipleader.com/feed/

Chris From Canada
http://www.chrisfromcanada.com/?feed=rss2

Church Marketing Sucks
http://www.churchmarketingsucks.com/atom.xml

churchrelevance.com
http://feeds.feedburner.com/churchrelevance

Cries Of The Heart
http://criesoftheheart.com/feed/

emprise34’s Xanga Site
http://www.xanga.com/emprise34/rss

Faithful Web
http://faithfulweb.wordpress.com/feed/

FOR WHAT IT’S WORTH
http://4whatitsworth.wordpress.com/feed/

FredMcKinnon.Com
http://feeds.feedburner.com/fredmckinnon

[Geeks Are Sexy] Technology News | Technology, science, news and …
http://www.geeksaresexy.net/feed/

Grits n’ Grace
http://gritsngrace.wordpress.com/feed/

Guitar Noize
http://feeds.feedburner.com/GuitarNoize

Hale-Yeah!
http://feeds.feedburner.com/haleyeah

IG BLOG
http://igblog.wordpress.com/feed/

Inept as Icing
http://feeds.feedburner.com/billychia

inWorship
http://feeds.feedburner.com/Inworship

Jaybrams.com :: You finally got here
http://jaybrams.com/feed/

just a girl
http://mandythompson.wordpress.com/feed/

Kim Gentes Book Reviews
http://www.kimgentes.com/book-reviews/rss.xml

Kim Gentes Music Reviews
http://www.kimgentes.com/music-reviews/rss.xml

Kim Gentes Musician Resource Reviews
http://www.kimgentes.com/musician-resources-reviews/rss.xml

Kindled Flame
http://www.kindledflame.com/feed/

lifemusicministry
http://feeds.feedburner.com/lifemusicministry

Live to Worship
http://feeds.feedburner.com/LiveToWorship

My Worship Revolution
http://feeds.feedburner.com/MyWorshipRevolution

Pastor Steven Furtick
http://feeds.feedburner.com/PastorStevenFurtick

Ragamuffin Soul
http://feeds.feedburner.com/RagamuffinSoul

Revived Writings
http://revivedwritings.com/?feed=rss2

Rich Kirkpatrick’s Weblog
http://www.richkirkpatrick.com/rich_kirkpatricks_weblog/atom.xml

s c o t t k e l l e r . o r g
http://www.scottkeller.org/atom.xml

snowjunkie « Live to Worship
http://snowjunkie.wordpress.com/feed/

Stef’s Random Ramblings
http://feeds.feedburner.com/StefsRandomRamblings

The Man Of Steel
http://superman1224.wordpress.com/feed/

The Original Mud Puppy
http://mudpuppy.wordpress.com/feed

The Weekly Daily
http://worshippastor.blogspot.com/feeds/posts/default

The Wonderful Noise
http://thewonderfulnoise.com/?feed=rss2

The Worship Community Forums
http://www.theworshipcommunity.com/forums/external.php?type=rss2

thoughts… fr. dave
http://frdave.wordpress.com/feed/

tim’s blog
http://www.worshipcentral.org/blog/tim/feed

Vibrance in Ministry !
http://vibrance.wordpress.com/feed/

Worship City
http://worshipcity.wordpress.com/feed/

worship defined « blendingworship
http://blendingworship.wordpress.com/feed/

Worship Guitar Guy
http://worshipguitarguy.wordpress.com/feed

Worship Interludes | Fred McKinnon
http://feeds.feedburner.com/worshipinterludes

Worship Matters
http://worshipmatters.blogs.com/bobkauflin/atom.xml

Worship « WorshipGuitarist
http://worshipguitarist.wordpress.com/feed/

Εκκλησια
http://feeds.feedburner.com/grantlharrison

Joel Klampert

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14 responses to What’s in Your Reader

  1. Thanks for the list. Of course we overlap quite a bit, but I recommend all of the sites on my blogroll. Two that aren’t on the roll, but are in my reader are:

    1. WIRED News — http://feeds.wired.com/wired/topheadlines

    2. DEADSPIN (sports) — http://feeds.gawker.com/deadspin/full

  2. And I recommend everybody subscribe to the comments of their favorite blogs. It helps continue the conversation.

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  3. good call…something I haven’t gotten around to doing…thanks man

  4. ha ha…fantastic man…

  5. Joel,
    Cool post. I actually searched my reader a couple times for my favs, but I believe you have them all on your list.

    I’d like to post everything in my reader, but I’m up over 100 feeds.

    Did you manually create this post or was there a quick easy way to get a list of all of your feeds out of google reader?

  6. I saerched the high seas for a way to get even a text file from google reader…but uh…nope…So I went to manage and copied everything manually. took 10 min. and now I never have to do it again. lol

  7. Hey –
    don’t forget you can use GoogleReader to “share” your favorite posts – there is a cool GoogleReader Shared widget for WordPress, too!

  8. fred i don’t think that works for us people on wordpress.com

  9. Joel,
    Under the wordpress.com widgets you can choose “RSS” and any feed to your side bar. I think you can even pick how many posts it shows and add several different RSS feeds. (this may be template sensitive, but I know I’ve had my google shared items in my sidebar before.)

  10. Hey Joel – I’ve got some of my Google Reader stuff shared on my blog too. I can’t remember how I did it but I know it works! 🙂

    Thanks for the link – I’ll add you to my sidebar. You’re in my Reader but not linked on my blog yet.

    You’ve got lots of good blogs and a whole bunch that I’ve never seen before – I’ll be checking through those later.

  11. hey chris…Yeah man I love your site…it’s great now that I found it last week…and welcome…

  12. Joel — Thanks for the plug for Faithful Web.

    Another good blog for church webmasters is the similarly named http://www.faithandweb.com, which focuses on “the intersection of the Web and faith.”

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