Monday, November 05, 2007

THE 2007 WEBLOG AWARDS
COT is a finalist this year! You can vote by clicking the image below.

UPDATE:

The results are in and we finished fourth in the 2007 Weblog Awards in the religious category. You can see all of the winners in every category here. A special congratulations to Joe Carter and all at The Evangelical Outpost - they finished second this year and are well deserving of this recognition. He has an excellent blog well worth your investment of time.

I want to personally thank each of you for voting and for the constant support you show this blog by your interaction on a myriad of issues marked by your love of the gospel of sola fide, sound doctrine, biblical theology, the Word of God, and the worship of the Lord Jesus Christ.

Soli Deo Gloria,
Steve
Col. 1:9-14


IF YOU'LVE ALREADY VOTED... THANK YOU.
BUT REMEMBER, YOU CAN VOTE AGAIN;
AND TODAY
IS THE LAST DAY TO VOTE.
I KNOW I WON'T WIN AND THAT'S COOL - BUT MAYBE WILL STAY TOP FIVE.
EITHER WAY, IT'S NOT WHY I BLOG AND IT'S A
JOY AND PRIVILEGE TO SERVE YOU AND THE LORD
HERE AT COT ... AMEN?
-SDG-

I wasn't certain if this was really legit or not; but I was notified by another prominent Christian blogger that this is a genuine thing. Anyone who knows me, knows that I'm not much for awards at all. But this not a-typical and seems like it could be fun. You can vote once a day, every day through November 7th; winners will be announced on the 8th. Not much time to let your voice be heard, so would you consider supporting COT by voting the next few days?


Grace and peace,
Campi

13 comments:

jen elslager said...

I've only heard of one of the other ones, and don't even read it.

You definitely have my votes.

Carla Rolfe said...

COT is a great blog and I'm glad it was nominated and ended up in the finalist category.

:-)

cyd said...

A well-deserved nomination for a highly honorable blog.

Congratulations!! :)

ann_in_grace said...

Of course, Brother Steve.

Terry Rayburn said...

Congratulations. You have our votes.

Blessings,
Terry & Michele

SJ Camp said...

Thanks y'all---it's an honor to serve you through this ministry.

Steve

Wm Mallory said...

What a concept.. You can be recognized without being boastful and self-seeking..

Keep doing what you do brother Steve, this ministry is a blessing to many... Thank you for being steadfast, preaching the truth humbly...And with all confidence!!!

by His Grace alone,

Bill

Bhedr said...

Congrats Steve. Just voted for ya!

Don P said...

I hadn't heard of any of the nominees, this one included. Looking at the nominee's pages is what brought me here, I've voted for this page every day since the first time I visited. Thanks for the work!

silly old nana said...

Yes, Steve, it 'might be fun'as you state, to get an award, but be on guard against the praise of man. The 21st century battle cry for the next reformation is not going to be "here I blog". The redemption of mankind and our heart's desire to see the King of Glory will happen as we pray in the Spirit on all occasions.

donsands said...

Wasn't able to vote. But I'd like to say you're a man after God's own heart, and a genuine shepherd of His sheep. Jer. 3:15
Keep on my brother; keep the gift the Lord has put in you stirred up. You always give good food for the Body to eat, and you always honor our Lord and Savior.

It's a blessing to come here an be fed.

SJ Camp said...

We finished fourth.

Thank you all for voting and may the Lord be glorified in this small encouragement to us.

One brief note: I have never liked awards or sought after them. To me it is a dim, human version of the heavenly "well done..."

As the hymn writer has said, "Riches I heed not nor man's empty praise; Thou mine inheritance now and always..."

Amen?

Whether to one or to thousands, it is a humble joy and privilege for any of us to represent the Lord Jesus Christ. I am a great sinner; but HE is a greater Savior!

In His grace,
Steve

Michele Rayburn said...

Congratulations once again! And thank you for the blessing this blog has been to me personally in being able to share Christ and to grow in my own understanding of Him and His Word by "sharpening iron" with everyone here.

In His Love,
Michele