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June 4, 2013

Many pastors like to keep a running list of good reads for their congregation. This is a good idea, but I have found an easier way to do this. There is a website, http://www.goodreads.com, where you can sign up for an account and track your reading, to include short reviews of what you have read.

This is quite a useful site. You can provide a link to your church members and they can follow your reviews. This will allow you to encourage your church to read more in their personal growth, and provide them with some feedback they can use in their reading selections.

This site also has a feature where you can “friend” someone and follow their reading and receive as many, or few, updates as you desire. You can build a reading community in your church by friending each other and by following and discussing the various books being read.

This is a great site, and has apps for the iPhone and the iPad. Give it a look. You can find Anafalz there at http://www.goodreads.com/user/show/20575942-anafalz.

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