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4 Canadian Bloggers You Should Follow In 2017

Canadians are a proud People:

We produce 77% of the worlds Maple Syrup.

We invented Basketball.

We love hockey.

We have great cities. Toronto, Montreal, Halifax, Vancouver, St. Johns just to name a few.

And we have some great Bloggers you should follow.

Tim Challies

Tim Challies is a pastor from Toronto who loves to blog. If you are looking for a great mixture of cultural, life and biblical issues to broaden your horizons and add to your illustration files then his daily “A La Carte” is exactly what you need. There is even a “This day in…” which I quite enjoy. He also writes longer articles and book reviews. You can follow Tim here or on Twitter.

Aaron Armstrong – Blogging Theologically

Aaron loves books, I mean really loves books so if you are looking for book reviews this is the right place. He even wrote an e-book on how-to-write-a-great-book-review.  Like many bloggers Aaron posts “Links I Like” which covers a wide range of topics. He also takes time to delve into issues from a Biblical/Theological point of view which is very thought provoking. You can follow Aaron here or on Twitter.

Brett Ullman

Brett is a former teacher turned full-time speaker to youth and parents. He travels North America speaking on current issues such as media and sexuality. We have had him speak at our church on a few occasions and he brings a current and challenging message each time. He also speaks on one topic that the church often shies away from which is Mental Health. You can follow Brett here or on Twitter.

Darryl Dash

Darryl is a Pastor and Church Planter in downtown Toronto. His blog content includes church planting, pastoral issues and life in general. You can also check out his sermons and he offers a free e-book “Ordinary Preacher – A Short Book On Preaching Well Even If You’re Average”. You can follow Darryl here or on Twitter.

There you have it just 4 of many great Canadian bloggers. Follow their blogs and add them to your Twitter feed, you will be glad you did. “We The North” have a lot to offer.

Written by Peter Walters

Peter is Connections & Pastor Care Pastor at Brooklin Village Church, just outside Toronto, Canada. He has been married to his wonderful wife Sarah for 25 years and they have two children.

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