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Sethbarnes.com “greatest hits”

I used to have a list of my favorite blog posts on the left sidebar. It’s just how the blog arrived – with the favorite blogs section built in. But upon reflection, it seemed a bit too self-promoting – “hey, look at me, here are my greatest hits!” So I took them down.   On the other hand, …
By Seth Barnes
By Seth Barnes
I used to have a list of my favorite blog posts on the left sidebar. It’s just how the blog arrived – with the favorite blogs section built in. But upon reflection, it seemed a bit too self-promoting – “hey, look at me, here are my greatest hits!” So I took them down.
 
On the other hand, I used to care more about keeping a low profile, but as I get older, I guess I’m more at peace with who I am and who I’m not. It’s really not about me – if I can point a few of you toward Jesus and his way of abundant living, then that’s probably good enough.
 
Then I had a blog reader say, “hey, where is that list?”  So, here’s the list below for anyone who wants to share them with others in the future. It’s been a year or so since I’ve updated them; let me know if there are any others you’d like to see up here.
 

Comments (3)

  • Seth,
    One I read two or three years back. It was titled “Are Missions Mandatory?”. About the late Fred Jarvis who lived in San Juan, TX and challenged the young and old about missions. That one impacted me…I still have a copy of it.

    -Michael

  • Seth

    God has used many of your blogs in my life.

    Thank you friend and see you this afternoon.

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