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      BlogCast of the Week: ReformedVoices.com

      Monday, August 17, 2009

      Sorry, folks. I missed doing a BlogCast of the Week (BotW) last week. My girlfriend, Susan, was in town for the week and it was only a few of the 25 or so days out of the year that I'll get to see her until next May so I got a little sidetracked. Since this is the case, I'm going to do two BotW's this week. Expect the next one Friday.

      The first BlogCast of the Week is...

      ReformedVoices.com

      I've known the author of this blog, Philip, for sometime now. In fact, if it wasn't for Philip, I'm not sure if I would have been introduced to the wonderful ministry of Jim McClarty. I didn't mention this in the last post, but it's Philip and Ben from SymphonyofScripture that I can credit with most of the graphics you see on this site and the Youtube page. They have truly both been a profound blessing to my life.

      The posts Philip brings each time are very edifying. There, you can find a plethora of quotes, videos, and even contests to win books. I highly recommend his blog and think that you would do well to visit there often. Click the picture below if you'd like to go there now. Thanks, Philip!

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