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Today, NoSuperHeroes welcomes Darrell Vesterfelt, president of Prodigal Magazine.

Darrell recently published an Ebook entitled UNBLOGGER: Discovering the Power of Story in a ‘How-To’ World which core message will resonate with the NoSuperHeroes audience.


NoSuperHeroes: Darrell, tell us a little about yourself.

Darrell: I am just a normal guy. In the past couple of years, I have decided that I wanted a little more out of life. With my wife, I started an online publication called Prodigal Magazine. We have had some fun and success running this platform, taking it to over 100,000 monthly readers.dvest

NoSuperHeroes: What is the heart behind “UNBLOGGER”?

Weekend Wanderings is back! Here are a few links and best posts I’ve read from the month of May.

Judah Smith has a short clip on What Grace is and What it is Not. Take a look.

Keith Ferrin, guest posting on Mary DeMuth’s blog talks about The 1 Change that Helped Me Like the Bible.

Stephanie May writes a great post, Quitting the Christianity Club, at Prodigal Magazine; speaking of the easy trap of turning our faith into tasks and duties.

A super short, but super deep look at the “balance” of grace at True Faced.

A refreshing, honest post on Donald Miller’s blog about how none of use really know what we are doing!

A great look at the reading habits of pastors via Church Leaders

Weekend Wanderings is back! Here are a few links and best posts I’ve read from the last few weeks:

Donald Miller’s blog Storyline featured  a great, thought-provoking post entitled “Is Busy-ness A Drug?” by Shauna Niequist If you find yourself intrigued, it is likely you need to read.

Paul Tripp via Christianity Today makes the Wanderings for his article, Calling Killers. He lists three mistakes many people and ministers can make which can derails us. This is a powerful message.

In the wake of the tragedy Rick Warren and his family are walking through, Christianity Today published a well written article on Suicide, When Suicide Strikes in the Body of Christ.

A practical, yet challenging article from the LA Times, How not to say the Wrong Thing. This perspective has something to teach all of us.

Weekend Wanderings is back! Here are a few links and best posts I’ve read from the last few weeks:

Sammy Adebiyi makes a return appearance on the Wanderings with Why Following Jesus is Exactly Like Snoring. A great post about attempting to live the Christian life

Referring to Malcolm Gladwell’s excellent book Outliers: The Story of Success, Rachel Held Evans shares Jesus Started With the Outliers. This reminds me of an older post I wrote that is consistently in my Top 5 month after month entitled God Uses Ordinary People.

Jen Hatmaker has a challenging, applicable post on showing more grace entitled “More Grace: On Not Being Mean, Hateful, and Horrible. “

Mike Bickle has a great article on the truth of grace coupled with the application of holiness in What’s Wrong With Grace?

And here is a deep, thought-provoking, two-part post from Christena Cleveland which people working in missions or with under privileged should consider.

Weekend Wanderings is back! Here are a few links and best posts I’ve read from the last few weeks:

Greg Stier, via Church Leaders Youth Leader Blogs offers, How to Spot a Legalist. Read it twice. The first time it might poke you, the second time you’ll have to agree.

Donald Miller offers one of his secrets to becoming a better communicator in “How I Got Much Better at Communication.” Its pretty simple, we all could do it; if we can handle it!

Why We Need More Women in Ministry” is not what you might think. It shows that the church is losing women at a rapid rate, which is shocking, Take a look!

Chris Nye, via Leadership Journal, challenges us to listen to the hometown pastor as much as the celebrity one, in The New Televangelists. 

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