25 Christian Blogs You Should Be Reading

25 Christian Blogs You Should Be Reading April 23, 2012

This list is from 2012. To read the new, updated list of Christian Blogs You Should Be Reading from August, 2013, CLICK HERE.

I’m reposting this blog entry from my friend and Colleague, Matthew Paul Turner, for two reasons. First, if you don’t know MPT, you should. He’s written about eleventy-seven books, from the practical to the theological and even some memoir-type stuff. He’s prolific, creative, challenging and pretty damn funny too.

So, the two reasons I’m re-posting MPT’s list of 25 blogs you should be reading:

  1. I’m lazy. I’ve been asked to do a list like this of my own, but he did such a great job compiling this that I figured I’d ride his coattails.
  2. I’m a narcissist. He was gracious enough to list me at #12, and to say some generous things along with his props. So of course I think it’s a great list; I’m on it!

(MPT’s blog entry below.)


All of us know the names and URLs of the popular faith blogs. But some of the most interesting blogs about faith, theology, personal journey, doubt, and skepticism fly under the radar. In hopes of changing that, I offer you 25 lesser-known faith blogs (in no particular order) that I believe are well worth your time and attention. Some of these bloggers I know, and some I only “know” from afar. I don’t always agree with every view that is expressed, but every blogger on this list presents the topic of faith/belief with passion, creativity, humor, story, and/or good commentary.

1) Split Frame of Reference: An interesting (sometimes funny) mix of faith, theology, and popular culture.

2) Confessions of a Funeral Director: In my opinion, Caleb Wilde is a wonderful writer/thinker. On his blog, he covers life/death, personal journey, family life, and commentary about faith topics.

3) Alise… Write!: Alise is a beautiful writer who tackles various topics/ideas about faith, doubt, and personal journey.

4) Shawn Smucker: I’m new to reading Shawn’s blog (a mix of story, encouragement, and personal journey), but it’s quickly become one of my favorite reads.

5) In.A.Mirror.Dimly: Author Ed Cyzewski is one of my favorite theologians and his blog is a must read for any person who studies God and faith.

6) Sarah Over the Moon: I love how Sarah Moon thinks. She’s a lovely writer, full of passion, emotion, and love for good things.

7) Jamie the Very Worst Missionary: Jamie’s blog tagline says it all–Inappropriate remarks, embarrassing antics, and generally lame observations from a Christian missionary in Costa Rica. And that’s why I love her.

8 ) Mama Monk: Micha Boyett is one of Christianity’s best kept secrets, a fantastic writer who is as comfortable and prolific writing about parenthood as she is writing about theology–sometimes both at the same time.

9) Man of Depravity: The “depraved” soul behind the blog is Tyler Braun. What I love about Tyler’s blog (which covers a wide range of topics, including faith, theology, church leadership, worship, and lots more) is that, when I read his blog, I feel as though I’m watching a man learn, make mistakes, and grow. And that’s what blogging is all about.

10) Some Wise Guy: I confess, I don’t read ThatKCGuy’s blog as often as I should! But every time I do, I’m reminded of why I bookmarked it a year or so ago. ThatKCGuy is a practical writer, one who sucks truth and wisdom out of every day circumstances. What I love most about this blog is that I almost always can relate. And that’s a powerful gift.

11) Slacktivist: Fred Clark is a fantastic blogger. Not only is he a talented thoughtful writer, he’s also thorough, unafraid to tackle difficult/controversial topics, and wonderfully opinionated. Progressive and wise, add Slacktivist on your blog reader.

12) Christian Piatt: I love Christian Piatt! Yes, because he’s a fantastic writer, wise beyond his years, but also because his words challenge me. His thoughts on God, fatherhood, and being a follower of Jesus make me better at all of those things. And he’s not afraid to be opinionated about a myriad of topics–from God to politics.

13) Sarcastic Lutheran: Nadia Bolz-Weber’s writing convicts me. And I doubt that she’s trying to do that. But that’s what happens. Her humility and love (and occasional sass) challenges my life and faith.

14) Faith Goes Pop: A thoughtful and interesting look at the intersection of “God” and “popular culture”.

15) Joy in this Journey: My friend Joy Bennett is excellent at bringing an interesting angle to a Christian topic, idea, or belief. Full of wise passion, Joy’s writing offers reflections, frustrations, and lots of hope. This is a great blog if you love engaging faith conversations.

16) Carole Smith Turner: Carole has long been one of my favorite bloggers! Her writings and thoughts have, for many, gone under the radar. And I think that’s a travesty! I love Carole’s willingness to ask difficult questions, engage topics that are political or “taboo,” and always express her opinions with thoughtfully and kindly.

17) History in the Making: Lots of people know Ben Arment (the creative and intelligent man behind History in the Making), but more people need to read this man’s blog! Not only is Ben (who is also the founder of Story conference) a talented leader and marketer, he’s a darn good blogger. Always interesting and creative about the topics he posts about, Ben is one of the handful of blogs that I read several times a week.

18) UNTITLED: I’m fascinated by blogger (and creative director) Blaine Hogan’s blog (UNTITLED is also the name of Blaine’s latest book) about creativity. Perhaps that’s because I work in a creative field. But I think almost anybody can glean some good thoughts from his words. And that’s why he’s on this list.

19) Baby Bloomr: I absolutely love Tori Taff. While her blog probably fits better in the “mommy blog” category, I think her witty stories and observations about family, life, culture, and faith should not missed. In addition to her talented writing, Tori is also quite witty on Twitter (especially when there’s an awards show on)!

20) TIM: Though I’ve never met Tim Schraeder, as a frequent reader of his blog (on leadership, popular culture, churchy things, and communications), I feel like we could be best friends. I’ve heard others say the same thing about Tim. That’s because, amid his curious mix of observations, opinions, and stories, Tim always puts himself in the mix, which makes me feel like I know him. (You should know him, too.)

21) Stephen Brewster: Brewster is a church creative rock star in my opinion. If you work in ministry, read his blog.

22) Tamara Out Loud: Warning: Tamara’s occasional explicit choice of words might make you feel uncomfortable. But if you’ll give her a chance, she’ll make you fall in love with her. And I think you should give her a chance…

23) Bryan Allain: Mr. Allain, in my opinion, is the best blogger I know. Though he’s a chemist during the 9 to 5, Bryan moonlights as one of the most creative, hilarious, talented writers in the blogosphere. If you’re not reading Bryan’s witty take on life, then you need to go add him to your reader right now. Do it.

24) Danny Eason: While Danny and I disagree about a lot. I still love reading his blog. His love for God and the Church shines through with every blog post, and while I might disagree with his point of view, I can’t help but love his heart.

25) Annie Blogs: What makes Annie Downs such a cool blogger is her willingness to put her soul–the good and the bad–into words. A talented writer and passionate about her faith (not to mention, she’s Nashville’s “Kevin Bacon”–she knows EVERYBODY), Annie’s words are warm and friendly and make you feel like you’ve known her your entire life.


What are your favorite Christian blogs? (And feel free to include your own in the list!)

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  • Well, I included my own on his site, but I guess I will here as well: 

    Life Before the Bucket, http://www.lifebeforethebucket.com

    I also LOVE Richard Beck’s Experimental Theology, http://experimentaltheology.blogspot.com

  • @Tim_Suttle

    I love Daniel Kirk’s Blog: 
    And of course Paperback Theology: http://timsuttle.blogspot.com/

  • Sandra Delemare

    I’ve just started blogging – MMM… Meditation, Mental health, Mindful crochet. – it’s biblical meditation, but it wouldn’t let me have a longer title – I’m also running a series on my journey with God, so people know where I’m coming from.

    I’m following Jeff Goins blogging course (brilliant) – hence the cheeky mention of my own blog.   find it at http://www.delemares.wordpress.com

  • Eric Atcheson

    This isn’t a knock on MPT–I love his writing–but I will admit that I was surprised not to find Rachel Held Evans (rachelheldevans.com) on that list.

    Also glad to see Karen Spears Zacharias getting a mention.  Her “Will Jesus Buy Me A Double Wide?” book is one of the best works I’ve read since entering ministry.Rev. Eric AtchesonThe Theophilus Projectrevericatcheson.blogspot.com [/end shameless plug]

    •  Yes, my list would have included some others like Rachel Held Evans, Carol Howard Merritt and others. But it’s a good list, especially for folks who don’t know where to start.

    •  but his list was of blogs that don’t have a lot of readers like Rachel’s has. She’s like THE QUEEN 🙂

      • Christian Piatt

        Good point. Also why he didn’t include the likes of Nadia Bolz Weber and Tony Jones.

        • Christian Piatt

          Geez, never mind. Nadia is on the list! Duh.

      • Eric Atcheson

        Yes, fair point indeed–by the time I got to the end of the list, I had forgotten that MPT had prefaced it by saying he was compiling a list of under-the-radar bloggers.

        I blame Mondays for my oversight. =)

  • Hey, Christian– good to “meet” you. Thanks for echoing MPT’s shout-out. 🙂

    •  Likewise! Just “liked” you on FB and checked out the blog. You will LOVE my new memoir, I think.

  • Thanks for reposting this list…I’d like to thank the academy and God of course..wait..this isn’tthe Osars?   🙂

  • Thanks for the post, Christian! Love the blog. 


    *the split frame of reference guy*



  • Thanks for re-posting this.
    FYI, Christian, the MPT link on the first line of your post is broken.

  • Julie Anne

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  • TheSpiritandus

    nanaboateng.wordpress.com check out my blog. Stay blessed

  • jeremias

    To all my brothers in the faith in Jesus Christ: I recommend reading my last blog. The URL is: Thetruthaboutaliensufosdemonsandthenewage.blogspot.com

  • Jeremias

    My blog http://www.thetruthaboutaliensufosdemonsandthenewage.blogspot.com is a Christian view of aliens. Please read and comment.

  • Thank you for this list of Christian blogs! I would be humbled if you would check mine out as well.

    Resting in Christ’s Love: A Sinner’s Walk With Jesus

  • http://www.job334.blogspot.com A Holy Spirit inspired blog that answers questions and brings truth to various bible topics and things occurring in the world today. You should read the post about Christian persecution. 70 Million Christians murdered….wow!!!!

  • http://www.job334.blogspot.com A Holy Spirit inspired blog that answers questions and speaks truth about bible topic and things occurring in the world today. Like the post on the persecution of Christians. 70 Million Christians murdered for their faith! Wow.

  • http://www.job334.blogspot.com A Holy Spirit inspired blog that answers questions and speaks truth about bible topic and things occurring in the world today. Like the post on the persecution of Christians. 70 Million Christians murdered for their faith! Wow………….why does my post keep getting deleted

  • IamChristian

    Thank you – I will be sure to check out these Christian Blogs. http://www.ChristianChecks.com

  • donteattrash.com

    nice. this is exactly what i was looking for thanks.

  • Christian B.
  • Brandon

    Check out my mother’s blog! http://www.gracefulljourney.com.

  • Sara Sherrell

    Thanks for the list. Headed to check them out..

  • Joy

    Favorite Christian Blog; http://www.whoswhointhekingdom.com

  • Izzy

    emandherfaith.blogspot.com is one of my favorites to read.

  • Alen MJ

    I too just started a Christian Blog – http://www.iloveujesus.com. I’m learning how top blogs perform . Thank You for the list

  • TheFieldLab

    I recently started adding my Christian faith to my blog on Sundays. http://thefieldlab.blogspot.com/ Living off the grid in the SW Texas desert.

  • Sol

    Great list. i have been reading down the list slowly and have found a few new blogs that i will hopefully find the time to follow regularly.
    God bless,Solwww.holylandprayers.com

  • Martin, Newcastle

    A young mother killed by a hit and run driver; an entire family wiped out in a fire. God is love? To spend eternity with such a cruel and vengeful god would be hell.

  • Jimi

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  • sara

    Thx for the list. here is another blog suggestion 🙂 : http://saltoftheearthnl.blogspot.com

  • Olijah Anderson

    Peace and God Bless. I am a Christian Film Maker. Click the
    Link Below to see “After the Rapture”, a full Length youtube


  • Jimi Akanbi

    What a great list of blogs! Learn more about me and my book at:


  • seattlepam

    My-Cherut.com My blog about freedom and faith in Jesus.

  • Dale Herr

    For those who are interested in a serious verse by verse study of scripture I would invite you to check out Know His Word at http://www.christianblogsites.com/blog/summary. our studies are easy to read and our aim is to bring to the body biblical doctrine That we [henceforth] be no more children, tossed to and fro, and carried about with every wind of doctrine, by the sleight of men, [and] cunning craftiness, whereby they lie in wait to deceive;

  • Mike Harrison

    Thanks for the information Christian. Hope these will help us all to gather more knowledge on Christianity and the lord Jesus. Also there is a great blog for the lord’s lovers. Here is the link: http://marysblessing.blogspot.com. Amen!

  • Anonymous

    Ungodly Endings

    Wondering where this world is going to? You got no job, you got no retirement, you’re kids took a job to go to war so as to look forward to food stamps, no job, no home. Maybe its because Christians run communities that would prosper from sound, stable, moral, Christian belief systems. You being the populations who grow up thinking they’ll marry, raise children, and retire comfortably–but it still hasn’t happened. Yet there are thousands of those who always seems to have a high paying job, that enables them to keep their lives so private no one knows what they’re doing, no one can trace how they move their friends/partners up the job ladder, get their own hired in the company, and monopolize high salaried jobs in industries like the movie industry, the media, fashion industry, cosmetics, medical, universities, CEO’s or how they monopolize high powered jobs in decision making positions–where they make decisions about you. No one rattles their cage or could—because they’ll accuse you of being homophobic or discriminating. But how many strong, young men ended up in the prisons in your communities because there weren’t jobs or educational opportunities for them to focus on their goals of raising a family, succeeding at a job, and settling down. Yet the devils knows all about you, what you need to do, how you need to be repressed—because if they don’t—you might prosper and get ahead of them to where you have better control over your lives and communities. Will they make sure you get a good in with their company? Will they pay their tithes, taxes, or contributions for your needs? Do they open their doors and let in the homeless? Are they out there stopping crimes that involve prostituting youth, pedaphiles, or pornography? Or maybe they’re too good for you to join in the fight against crime. The media socializes our young people with themes that predominately promote violence, sex, vampires, homosexuality, or a do-want-ever-you-want mentality. Christian values are rarely acknowledged for doing anyone any good. Why do you think this is. Because Christians have a firm hold over their society? Obviously not, instead, if everyone doesn’t accept the anything-goes trends you have trouble feeding you family, finding a spouse with integrity, retiring comfortably, or living the lifestyle with the blessings you deserve. Take a look at what is offered out there for you to have your dream life. Yet that doesn’t fit into the scheme of the devil. If you are homophobic—good luck finding permanent work that doesn’t break your back mopping floors, cleaning up waste, have you living from paycheck to paycheck, or that results in health problems. What jobs can you look forward to in your town? Not much? And another thing, assisted living facilities can cost up to $8,000. per month or more. Anyone with long term health problems like AIDs, Hepatitis C, cancers, and other lifestyle-related illnesses also have thousands of dollars in pharmaceutical/medication bills. They need the government to pay their bills, but that really means you’re paying their bills with your tax dollars. So, instead of the tax money going towards high quality jobs, schools, your or your family’s health care needs, job training opportunities in your communities, or for our servicemen who come back torn up, the system is instead geared to keep those down who wouldn’t want to live by the dictatorship of sin. What would all these corrupt, evil-doers do if Christian people had control over their neighborhoods? Well, they wouldn’t have their high-powered jobs, for one thing. Then, as you wait for the storm to clear, the years go by, and soon most everyone ends up in a carehome or nursing home—where you don’t necessary come out—where you have no voice–and no one will ever no about your complaints. While you live to see your life opportunities passing by in front of you, the devil is out there living your American dream. Deliberately.

  • tcy

    “Christian or: Born Again ‘Disciple’ –
    101” …Blog


    *** (2Corinthains 13:5) examine
    yourselves; whether you are in the faith; prove your own selves. Do you not
    know your own selves; that Jesus Christ is in you [Romans 8:9]; unless you are

  • rays

    thanks I enjoyed your post. Nice blog keep it up.

  • tosin
  • Mike Harrison


    Wish you all happy Christmas!!

  • Hey Thanks for this! Check out : – http://electrifiedreams.wordpress.com

  • Elina

    Hey! Here’s one of my fav blog … a MUST read! Rich content that helps you walk more closer to God. Check out – Guarding The Heart Blog – http://www.shyjumathew.com/blog


    • Shaniqua Snowden

      Thank you for sharing this blog! I am reading around and have became hooked! It has a lot of revelation and stands for God’s truth. Very refreshing blog in today’s society. God bless you. 🙂

      • Shaniqua Snowden

        By the way here a link to my blog! I just started, hope you enjoy and be blessed. It’s important to spread God’s truth and not cherry pick it or compromise. http://shaniquasnowden.blogspot.com/

  • Bob Hall

    I appreciate your list of Christian blogs. Good stuff! 🙂


  • Michael Flanigan

    Great list. I have one too called: http://workingchristianity.com/. Great stuff.

  • It’s always great to connect with fellow believers. Especially one’s who will not compromise the faith and will teach the Word boldly and with love. In this generation it’s rare that I see young people who are all sold out for Christ, so I write about and encourage my readers to live a life worth pleasing to God and to develop a relationship with Him. We love God with our actions not just our speech. http://shaniquasnowden.blogspot.com/

  • Okay… I’m biased, but here’s an excerpt from a blog that I happen to like… Politics, faith and society: http://www.mansitioning.com/2013/01/tragedy-what-does-it-all-mean.html

  • Kenneth

    purposefulingredients.blogspot.com is a daily blog I have been reading for almost 2 years now. Biblically sound

  • Ken

    purposefulingredients.blogspot.com is biblical and sound. have been reading for over 2 years. comes out daily

  • Eileen

    Here’s another blog of interest http://screwtapestrikesagain.blogspot.co.nz/

  • Here is another one. Read and stay blessed! 🙂


  • Andrew

    I have just started blogging about Christian Music, Bible Studies, and Greek word studies at http://bucketfullofgrace.blogspot.com Check it out if you’re interested.

  • Martin K.

    Car Window Stickers for Churches, Non Profits, youth Groups and more

  • Rebecca D. Myers

    Hi, I’m Rebecca D. Myers, author of My Journey To Heaven And Back. It is about my near experience. I had to make a choice stay in this heavenly atmosphere, or do I return to my loving husband. Please pick up a copy today. Thank you.


  • CherylZ1961


    I write a Christian Encouragement Blog called Weeping Into Dancing. I am a brain tumor survivor and professional author, Ghostwriter, and blogger. It is my passion to share the Good News and loving encouragement. Please visit my blog by going to:


  • Margie Harding

    I’d like to add the Christian blog “HeartSong” by Margie Harding

  • This is an EXCELLENT List! I missed it the first time around, so I thank you for re-posting it. I will be taking a look at these blogs because I know, “To be a great Christian Blogger you need to be familiar with great Christian Bloggers & Blogging”!

    Jose’ – http://www.holychoice.blogspot.com

  • Two I just love are here: Alyssa Joy: http://blog.alyssajoy.me/ & her husband Jeff Bethke: http://jeffbethke.com/

  • Kristina
  • cale


  • I am a Christian Psychologist interested in how cultures rise and decline. I am a retired professor and maintain a private practice. Please join me at http://www.culturalsurvivalskills.com Sound-off in the comments section. I have some special information about the Judeo/Christain faith and how it strengthens sociocultures. Tom Mawhinney, Ph.D.

  • Michelle D.

    Love this list! I like your candid style. I’ve started a new blog & facebook page to encourage nonprofit employees/volunteers. Check it out.
    Blog: http://cneconnection.wordpress.com/

  • Austin Wyrick

    Brothers and sisters, God is doing amazing things throughout the church of Christ. I am thankful as Gd has blessed me with many gifts so that I can faithfully serve Him. He has called all of us to serve in a variety of ways. The Spirit has convicted me to reach out to people through videos. The Lord has revealed incredible things to me that need to be heard. I strongly urge you to check out my videos! I need your help in getting my videos out into the world. I have been so to serve through my videos, but I have answered God’s call and decided to take these videos seriously. You can find my YouTube channel at this link : http://www.youtube.com/amwministry
    Thank you for your help and God bless.

  • Tatianah

    I’ve been looking for a list of other Christian blogs! I’m a Christian relationship blogger, my site is http://www.blissforsinlges.com I also enjoy Heather Lindsey at http://heatherllindsey.blogspot.com/

  • Linds Green

    It Gets Greater Later: Peace Through Poetry NOW AVAILABLE ON KINDLE AND NOOK.

    KINDLE –http://www.amazon.com/It-Gets-Greater-Later-ebook/dp/B00C31ZYPA/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=13651921 52&sr=8-1&keywords=it+gets+greater+later+peac e+through+poetry


    • Truth With Love Ministry

      Please do visit the blog http://beyond-the-veil-of-death.blogspot.com, a prayfully carved theatretical exposition to the Book of Revelation. May all glory be to God almighty and Jesus Christ the savior.

  • Judy

    Check out http://www.bobrussell.org – great blog!

  • george

    Thanks for the list of the blogs… These medium had been helpful to reach users across all locations…. http://thussaysmylord.blogspot.com

  • Erick Buma

    hey, I’d like someone to check out Confessions of a Worship Leader from http://www.aussieworshipleader.com It’s challenging when you have something to say to find the person who will hear it. I’d be honoured with some feedback.

  • vtmawhinney

    I am a Christian psychologist blogging about the impact of modernity upon America and our cultural decline. One of my latest blogs is entitled “America Is Committing Suicide”, another has to do with “Gay” Marriage. I hope you will visit and spread the word to your friends. http://www.culturalsuvivorskills.com V. Thomas Mawhinney, Ph.D.

  • Thanks for sharing this. I must confess I have not read anyone of them until now. I will however like to share mine which has been on for about 10 years starting with regular email to friends and growing into a newsletter list. http://www.biblepraise.org

  • C

    Another excellent very heartfelt real Christian blog written http://faithandgiants.wordpress.com/

  • Tom Jensen

    II have copied this list to our Christian network and included your link, hope it’s okay. Good work and god bless you!


  • Cam

    http://thewriterguy1.blogspot.com Here’s one of my favorites, it’s a MUST read. Really good stuff, give it a chance, you won’t be sorry.

  • Chandy

    Such collection gives more option especially for me to know different view and aspects of the verses from bible….

  • David

    This is David,

    I am part of the Body of Christ. We are Christians looking to follow the Lord for His many atypical
    avenues. Most of us have previous experience meeting in organized
    religion and Lord took us away from that system. Jesus is showing more
    and more His person, who is very different than the one religious
    systems are selling. The Holy Spirit is who teaches us and we became the
    field of action of His teaching. We understand the difference between a
    preacher and a witness. What do you think about this video?



    MARRYING AND DISMARRYING in the life of the Church


  • Esther O

    I blog about God’s faithfulness in good times and bad, especially from the perspective of divorce, grief and recovery. http://www.faithintheflames.com

  • Ayo

    I think y’all would like The Messenger: http://www.tksmi.blogspot.com. It’s a new blog but its really cool. It discusses topics that we christians often overlook.

  • Katt Luce

    Check out http://www.kathleensfaithwalk.com
    It encourages believers to more easily share their faith.

  • Atif Saleem WorshipMinistries
  • Christian Tweeter

    One lesser known one that I’d recommend is http://seminarygal.com to add to the list. 🙂

  • Faith Refreshed

    Awesome post. Here is a great Christian Facebook page you guys will like. https://www.facebook.com/FaithRefreshed

  • funbeta

    My favorite blog: http://ggdavao.blogspot.com/

    • henry fifo

      Great!!!! Mine: http://henryfifo.blogspot.com. thanks for your support, don’t forget to like, share, and comment. Happy annual convention.. In Christ alone™ God bless you all.

  • ahnertthoughts

    I love these type of resources, I am rather new to blogging and have about 21 posts on my site ahnertthought.blogspot.com. I like looking at other Christian blogs for perspective and to see what the heart beat is around the country. Thanks for the list and God bless!

  • Paul Ahnert

    Thanks for posting this resource. I am new to blogging and have 21 posts on my blog http://www.ahnertthoughts.blogspot.com I enjoy looking at other Christian blogs in order to get different perspectives and viewpoints on topics that are important to me. Thanks for the list and God bless!

  • SeminaryGal

    So pleased to see someone recommended my “lesser known” blog. One of the more popular articles–timely for the recent Supreme Court decision–traces the history of marriage from God’s ideal to the legal mess it is today. http://seminarygal.com/asking-all-the-wrong-questions-about-marriage-part-1/

  • surprisingjoy

    Love the blog list. So many great blogs and ideas. I have just set up my own at http://surprisingjoy.com please check it out and see how it compares

  • Burton

    I like Marian the Seminarian at http://mariantheseminarian.wordpress.com. It’s straight talk about God and Christianity for people who have enough of “church speak.” Really funny, unconventional. There’s some profanity which makes it more real.

  • Douglas James

    Thank you for this list of other Christian blogs! I will be visiting them. I believe that we must live showing the world not religion but relationship with the Father. In order to achieve that monumental call, we must have a transformed mind, a “nu mind”. My site is http://www.numindproject.com. Give it a look. We are to walk like a giant on the land and leave a LARGE footprint. Let’s get to steppin’.

  • Victoria

    Hello My name is Victoria. I am starting my own blog and I would GLADLY appreciate it if you guys would read and support. I have one post so far but there will definitely be more to come. PLEASE READ & MAY GOD BLESS YOU ALL.


  • Heather Hebert Eder

    Check out http://www.heather-eder.com. Formerly “Christ in the City,” it’s short, sweet, and applicable!

  • Jennifer Snell

    My friends and family enjoy mine; but I always wonder, am I that girl on American Idol who’s family told her she could sing but she actually sounds like someone in pain? I’m all about strangers input… http://www.snellsintheamazon.blogspot.com go ahead Simon Cowell me!

  • Dan

    Hey guys, here’s a Christian Tumbler full of great inspiration, worship, and praise! It has really renewed my spirit when I’ve been spiritually dry. Check it out: http://evangeline-david.tumblr.com/

  • Simplicity

    I have a few great sites that are def worth looking over.

    http://www.ourchurch.com/member/h/harvest_time/ is a source for uplifting encouragement, worldwide christian news, fellowship and so much more.

    http://thotsimplicity.blogspot.com/ is a personal account of how God has moved in the lives of common Americans. The Word of God is alive today and in this small corner of the blogging world, its impact is testified to any and all who wish to read.

    http://alinaontiveros.blogspot.com/ is a fairly new blog featuring a talented and passionate Christian artist, desiring to share the Love of God to the world through music.

  • kamrangill

    Feeling hopeless in life.Why is happening to me find these answers at


  • Michaelle Bragassa-Holman

    I have read several of these blogs and they have inspired me in my own quest to follow the great commission. Please stop by Water From the Well, at http://www.livingwaterfromthewell.com and offer advice, tips, etc. Anyone who would like to guest blog, I have a page set aside just for you as well. Thanks

  • steve


    What is the meaning of calling on the name of the Lord? Many assume that believing in Jesus and saying a form of a sinner’s prayer constitutes, calling on the name of the Lord. The problem with that theory is none of the conversions under the New Covenant support that assumption. Not one time is anyone ever told to believe and say the sinner’s prayer in order to be saved.

    The apostle Peter on the Day of Pentecost quoted the prophet Joel, Acts 2:21 And it shall come to pass that whoever calls on the name of the Lord shall be saved.” (NKJV)

    The apostle Peter preached the first gospel sermon under the New Covenant. Peter did not tell the 3000 converts to believe and say the sinner’s prayer.

    Peter preached the death, burial, and resurrection of Jesus. He preached Jesus as both Lord and Christ. When they heard this they asked Peter and the rest of the brethren what they should do?(Acts 2:22-37) Peter told them what to do. Acts 2:38 Peter said to them, “Repent, and let every one of you be baptized in the name of Jesus Christ for the remission of sins; and you shall receive the gift of the Holy Spirit.(NKJV)

    How did the 3000 on the Day of Pentecost call on the name of the Lord and become saved?
    1. They believed that Jesus was both Lord and Christ.
    2. They believed that God raised Jesus from the grave.
    3. They repented. Repentance is a change of heart. Repentance means to be converted so that God may forgive your sins. Repentance is to make the intellectual commitment to turn from sin and turn toward God. (Acts 3:19, Acts 2:38)
    4. They were immersed in water (baptized) so that their sins could be forgiven.

    How did the 3000 on the Day of Pentecost not call on the name of the Lord?
    1. They did not say a sinner’s prayer.
    2. Not one person was asked to pray for forgiveness.
    3. Not one single man was told to be baptized as a testimony of his faith.
    4. No one was told that water baptism was a just an act of obedience.
    5. No one was informed they were saved the very minute they believed.
    6. Not one person was told that water baptism was not essential for the forgiveness of sins.
    7. Not one person was told to be baptized so they could join a denominational church.

    Jesus said he that believes and is baptized shall be saved. (Mark 16″16) Jesus did not say he who believes and says a sinner’s prayer shall be saved.


  • Cheryl Zelenka

    Hi, i am a retired teacher, brain tumor survivor, and Christian author of a book of devotions called Facing Trials: Thoughts for Meditation. It will be on West Bow and Amazon in September. I write a Christian Encouragement blog called
    Facing Trials. I hope you take a look and visit some time. Thanks!

  • Samuel Ogles

    Thanks for doing the work of compiling such a list – it’s especially helpful for us bloggers!
    I’ll throw my own blog into the ring: “Blogles” on ecumenicism, Christian culture, and what it’s like to be a young Catholic living in the “Evangelical Vatican” – Wheaton, IL.

  • zingcreed.wordpress.com

    Hi everybody, my name’s Peter and I write a blog from London I call Zingcreed. It looks at the gap between Jesus’ birth and his death which is completely left out of other creeds! I call it a christian-atheist manifesto. Although I’m a scientist I like to think aloud about religion. Your comments would be MOST welcome, but beware: it is not an orthodox christian blog.

  • Anil Kumar

    You may visit my blog related to Christianity and the Lord Jesus http://endedhaivam.blogspot.in/

  • Joe

    Just getting started but would certainly welcome comments and insight. It’s all about our Christian identity. What good is scripture if we don’t live it? Our Christian identity should be uncompromised, shared,simple in nature and restored if need be. Hope to hear from you. Thanks. Joe

  • Court

    What a great and informative post! Super helpful. Another great blog to check out that wasn’t on the list is http://www.caseforprayer.com/blog. Very insightful blog on what is going on in America today regarding our right to pray.

  • Mary C Wilson Andrews

    I am a “newbie” blogger, but my christian blog has a little bit of everything. Please check it out http://eccentricallynormal.wordpress.com/
    Thanks, Mary

  • Joseph Edwards


  • Jack

    Another up an coming blog http://thesonofgod1.blogspot.com/

  • Joy Ijere

    want to know the truth about certain things in Christianity? visit bytruth.blogspot.com

  • Joy

    Do you know you can commit sin without going to hell? find out more at http://www.truthaboutchristianity.org

  • lola

    belifteddotme.wordpress.com! awesome

  • Katie

    http://www.inexhaustiblesignificance.wordpress.com and http://www.godslittlefeminist.com

    The 1st one is a friend’s I always find convicting and encouraging! The 2nd one is mine which I started at the beginning of this year…currently working at “polishing up” the look and format, since it needs a lot of work, but just really felt convicted to do what my heart has always loved and now getting help with making it appealingin appearance and user friendly =0)! Have a look…would love some feeback!

  • Jessa1983

    I also write a Christian blog about telling the truth behind God’s word. Here is a link. Fell free to leave comments or questions. http://absolutemoralsblog.wordpress.com/

  • martha

    from any corner of the world Jesus is the savior of makind, no otherway to heaven

  • martha

    check this website where Jesus is Lord http://www.koyotvnetwork.org

  • flavour

    You should check out this blog too, it just started off I think, but the content is tasty 🙂 http://lifewithfavour.blogspot.co.uk/

    Her is a section “So if you remember reading my previous post I said I wanted to talk about Psalm 55:22″Our Lord ,we belong to you. We tell you what worries us,and you won’t let us fall.” Psalm 55:22 (CEV)

    This verse is amazing!!! Let me break it down for you guys.
    “Our Lord ,we belong to you.” The Psalmist is saying that we are owned by God. We are God’s children. In the Bible we are are called his sheep and God is our shepherded .
    Because we belong to him it means that we have established a relationship with Him!! Isn’t that Awesome!?…..” http://lifewithfavour.blogspot.co.uk/2013/09/2-his-got-whole-world-he-got-you.html

  • R.D.

    I’m authoring a book about the life of the Prophet Jonah called HEAVEN’S HEADACHE. I’m confident that you all will enjoy and find value in this book. Sadly, there’s no vampire romances BUT it is 100% Jonah approved! 🙂 Your support is appreciated.

  • Bobby

    Another good blog! – http://www.howgodprovides.com

  • Billy

    Thanks for posting this list! It’s so helpful for people looking for Christian Blogs. Recently started blogging and am so blessed to have a way to share God’s word with others! Hope folks will check out: http://www.wadeintheword.com

  • Robert Tang

    “Jesus Christ” newly discovered image in Michelangelo’s The Last Judgement: https://medium.com/this-happened-to-me/95ea1226769c The Video that shows the image of Christ “hidden” for centuries but only now discovered is at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sZNMJMOeTw0

  • Nancy

    My favorite christian blog is Cafe Hope. Funny, witty writer who shares encouraging and practical nuggets of wisdom. http://www.cafehopeonmondays.com
    check it out.

  • Steve Rockwell

    My ALLTIME favorite is thegatewaydunk.wordpress.com …….aaaaaaannnnnnndddd its mine. (shame)

  • The Purity Driven Life | Means

    I highly recommend furmanifesto.com by pastor Jon Furman….He is a great communicator via written word delivering nuggets of gold in an enjoyable read….

  • Norman

    Thank you for sharing this list. Hopefully it will help me learn a thing or two. I am new on the block and hope to lift the name of Jesus who is higher than every other name. My blog is http://www.jesuscoffeebreak.com

  • Verona

    I recently changed the format and style of my six year old Christian blog about “praise” to God. The various subjects include tips on living your life to its full potential and gaining victory over your past starting now. http://www.praiseblogs.com

  • DeWayne

    I want people to realize the Millennium teaching is in error and stealing their works of righteousness, while directing them instead to the last days rule under Satan.
    Rev 20:1-6 tells of two events, within a (common) time frame that is this present or remaining earth age. Satan is now bound in the abyss, yet spiritually active (kingdom of the air), now lying & deceiving those he may that are the disobedient.
    Most important, the resurrection is not only of OT upright and righteous, but also those dead in sin, made alive, born again, receiving the Holy Spirit to reign (spiritually) with Christ, not for one thousand years after Christ returns (not to bear sin again), but to reign with Christ for the remainder of this earth age and forever.
    Read the New Covenant, understand what God is saying, Christ is salvation and the resurrection of the body of believer’s, we are instructed to do all He did and more, while it is still time to work.

  • francelia
  • Renay

    Thank you for the links. I have been looking for a good Christian blog. Another site that is very nice, not necessarily a blog is Prayer for the Day

  • Cheryl Zelenka

    If you get a chance, check out my blog http://facingtrials.com
    I am a brain tumor survivor now Christian author. My passion is to encourage others with the Word of God.

  • chris perkins
  • El-P

    Are you: Christian, a woman, going through a divorce……?????????? Look here for questions & answers;


  • MMich

    My friend just started a blog called http://pengfortheworld.blogspot.com/. It is really insightful because he is only 18 and has a deep heart for God.

  • Biruk Demelash
  • Greg
  • Alecia Moore

    ‘Blessing and Giving’
    My new post on ♡♥ www.otherthanyou.com ♥♡
    Comments and Feedback on site greatly appreciated!

  • Deborah Yemi-Oladayo

    You can as well check out my blog, trust The Lord to minister to your heart through it. http://www.debbyemi-oladayo.blogspot.com. Lets continue to spread the good news for the end is truly near. God bless you.

  • Meghan

    My favorite christian blog is http://Blog.PostExchangCatering.com because their perspective on faith is super unique, and interestingly written from the eyes of God. I also enjoy reading http://heatherllindsey.com as she inspires many single chrisitan women like myself. If you need some inspiration, these two blogs would definitely do it for you. Be blessed everyone 🙂

  • Mw23

    There is a good blog that my friend just started http://pengfortheworld.blogspot.com

  • Samiul Sheikh Jahid

    No Secret, The Christians Guide to God’s Law of Attraction

    There are four basic areas in life that all must remain in
    balance. Those four areas consist of your Spiritual life, your Physical life,
    (fitness), your Relational life. And your Financial Life. It is important to realize that we are never
    in perfect balance. We will always be leaning one way or another what I am
    getting at here is that in today’s world we tend to be tilted more than is
    healthy. That is the purpose of this website and my mission to help people gain
    a sense of balance in their live’s…..

    Go To:>> http://www.jamespatrickwatson.com/

  • Xavier Eisenhardt

    Check out my Blog: http://pathofpaul.blogspot.com/
    Talking about being a single Christian in today’s society and offering advice and insight

  • Joe Olachea III
  • Steve Patterson

    Thanks for sharing, here is a good Christian Blog to check out: http://www.courageouschristianfather.com

  • Gregt
  • Darryl

    Bless you. Jesus is Lord. Please do check out my ministry when you can. I trust that God is doing a mighty work in you and many others. Here is my webpage: http://ibelieveireceive.org/wordpress/

  • niko



  • ramie marston

    This is a great blog ! Ramie Marston

  • Nomorelies

    Why is gullibility so important that its is the ONLY deciding factor between eternal bliss and eternal torture? Why is not being given the ability to believe that a book written by nomadic savages, whose earliest texts are at best 60-100 years after the time it supposedly takes place, that is to the highest degree internally and externally contradictory and clearly plagiarized earlier religions in that area, not to mention was supposed to be divinely inspired yet is horribly written grounds for punishment at all? One would think it a virtue to be honest.
    And ask your self this, who would make gullibility or, to be as generous to the religions as possible, forced love of an invisible being the only criteria for an unverifiable reward or punishment, a god or a con man?

  • steve


    Are numbers of the membership of a Christian denomination or of a non-Christian religion a valid indicator of identifying God’s true religion? No, they are not.


    1. Islam 1.3 billion.
    2. Catholics 1.2 billion.
    3. Hinduism 828 million.
    4. Those who identify themselves as Christian, other than Catholic, 1 billion.
    5. Baptist 110 million.
    6. Buddhism 364 million.

    Identifying the Lord’s church is not predicated on the number of members of a group or church.

    There are 7 billion people in the world.

    Matthew 7:13-14 “Enter by the narrow gate; for wide is the gate and broad is the way that leads to destruction, and there are many who go in by it. 14 “Because narrow is the gate and difficult is the way which leads to to life, and there are few who find it.


    1. Faith: John 3:16, John 8:24
    2. Repentance: Acts 3:19
    3. Confession: Romans 10:9,10
    4 Water Immersion: Acts 2:38, Mark 16:16, 1 Peter 3:21

    YOU ARE INVITED TO FOLLOW MY BLOG. http://steve-finnell.blogspot.com

  • Beau Avila

    Thanks for the info!!

    I recently started a video blog which seems to be similar to the way you like to get your message across. Here’s an example of one of those

  • Juan

    I highly recommend this blog. http://www.godlovesus1.blogspot.com

  • David M Armstrong

    Do your worship have weight to it? http://worshipexperience.webs.com

  • David M Armstrong

    Do your Worship Have weight to it? http://worshipexperience.webs.com

  • Anonymous


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  • Daniel Ahn

    A chance at shameless promotion! Am I doing this right


  • Chris

    May I recommend a blog? http://www.thebiblepost.com

  • Vanessa

    It’s pretty new but I like this one.


  • Jonathan

    Curious why you did not mention Jefferson Bethke? Thx.

  • I really like http://crossexamined.org/ They mainly focus on Christian Apologetics. Great Article!

  • sd

    Do Christianity believes in Horoscope?? This works for me.. Does it work for you? It motivates me like hell though!! https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.horoscope.christian

  • Bob Brott

    The Motivated Christian Soldier


  • sahil gupta

    Moef has made Environmental Clearance required for area wanders under the acquisitions of Environment (Protection) Act, 1986. A Committee constituted by MOEF studies the acquisitions of the Environment Impact Assessment (EIA) Notification 2006, relating to permitting environment clearances for roads, structures, SEZ wanders and the obtainments related to lifted structures. PDV group helped industries to obtain environmental clearance from MoEF that permits their organizations to fire up its operations in India easily.

    Website: http://www.propertydocumentverification.com/blog/environmental-clearance-from-moef/

  • John

    Thanks for the tips! If you guys want religious news, you should visit religiomag.com

  • CherylZ1961

    For Christian Encouragement and Devotions check out http://facingtrials.com

  • BiggerFatterPolitics
  • karan malhotra


    I am Karan Malhotra From PDV Group.
    Under the acquisitions of the Water (Prevention & Control of Pollution) Act, 1974 and the Air (Prevention & Control of Pollution) Act, 1981, any industry, operation or Methodology or an improvement and development thereto, which is slated to release sewerage or exchange spouting into nature’s region or subject to discharge any air Contamination into the earth will obtain consent to establish of the State Pollution Control Board i.e. Delhi Pollution Control Committee in the event of Delhi. We, at PDV group, helps organizations to getconsent to establish.

  • Darren
  • Anthony Munyua

    My favorite is ychristianity.blogpost.com for daily inspiration….

  • Anthony Munyua

    My favorite is http://ychristianity.blogpost.com/ for daily inspiration….

  • DavidGrindPants

    This blog is one of my favorites: http://www.yourdevotional.com/
    You can include this on the list

  • Stuart
  • My blog is called Running to Win Pittsburgh. It is a journey of faith, hope, recovery, and yes running! http://www.runningtowin-pgh.com/write.html

  • My blog is called Running to Win Pittsburgh. It’s a blog about faith, hope, recovery and yes running! http://www.runningtowin-pgh.com/write.html

  • Michelle

    I kinda like my own blog, chellevania.wordpress.com, it is a work in progress.

  • Final_Word

    Sad that you are advertising Tamara.

  • I read a great deal of these Christian blogs already. I have added a few more to my list that I want to check out. Great list that you have given us!

  • Gary Lee

    A-Cross-This-Nation Ministries is reaching out to encourage
    Christians to place a Cross in their front yard this Easter. We need
    your help in spreading the word by placing a Cross in your front yard
    this Easter Holiday. People don’t seem to have a problem celebrating
    Halloween, displaying pumpkins and witches or Christmas with Santa
    Clause and Christmas trees, why not the Cross for Easter?

    A-Cross-This-Nation Ministry said that they are not in the business
    of selling crosses, but it doesn’t take much time for an individual to
    go to their nearest lumber store and buy two boards and build a cross
    with the family and place it in the front yard. You can even add lights
    to it. Mr. Lee said he leaves his lights on his cross, all night those
    three days, so people at night can see the beauty of the Cross.

    Today, our Christian Faith is under attack on every front, at home
    and abroad. We must take a stand and show the world that Jesus is alive
    and this is an important time of our lives to inspire our current
    generation to Love and live a Christian valued life. Our Country was
    founded on Christianity and we must pass this on to our children.

    Mr. Lee said, “Visualize this…. A family is driving home one Friday
    night after going to the movies and as they are driving through the
    neighborhood, they see this Cross with lights on it in front of a house,
    as they drive a little further down the street, they see another house
    with a cross in the front yard with lights on it and all of a sudden,
    one of their kids in the back seat asks: Daddy, what does the Cross
    mean?” (A perfect way to witness to children, family and friends)

    The ministry is asking that you join them in this celebration of the
    Resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ, the true meaning of this Holiday.
    All you have to do is display a Cross in your front yard for three
    days; Good Friday, Saturday and Easter Sunday (April 18th, 19th and 20th).

    A-Cross-This-Nation Ministries goal is to have a Cross in every front yard during the Easter Holiday.

    Please join in this celebration it not only will show your faith, but it can also be a way of saying: Thank You Jesus!!!

  • Brian

    The Believers guide to getting in shape!

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  • Jordan

    Check out

  • Nimblewill

    experimentaltheology.blogspot.com Richard Beck

  • deon_L

    Great List!

    I also have a Christian Blog that also discusses the latest News and Events from a Biblical Perspective — feel free to check it out! 🙂

    > http://www.DeonVsEarth.com <

  • this site is full of information http://www.chrisderablog.blogspot.com

  • Chidera Christian

    I also like this devotional and Bible teaching blog http://forwardchristians.blogspot.com/

  • Chidera Christian

    Then, read everything thing you need to know about christian marriage

  • Thanks for the list. All blogs are really good.

    I want to ask that if we want to see our christian blog in above list then what is the process?

    My blogs are:


  • ted

    Please check out http://dailychristianblog.com. It is designed for the christian
    community for the purpose of proclaiming the word of God and telling for others
    what God has done in our lives.

  • http://www.cureforthecommonman.com
    Our mission is to aid men in their walk with Christ. To build character, integrity, morals, and maintain purity and holiness.

  • Leah
  • Hi there. If anyone is interested please take a look at my website/blog: http://www.bloggingbyamy.com I’m trying to share my experiences in my walk with God with others. I’m praying that it will help people seek God’s truth. If you have any suggestions please let me know

  • Michael Corral
  • Sheg Z Oshiyoye

    We are looking to distribute 30 million free copies of our daily
    devotional online around the world within the next 6 months; we need
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    Please visit http://www.rhapsodyofrealities.org to learn more about us and our daily devotional book

    Looking forward to hearing from you.

    Thank you and God bless you!


  • Sheg Z Oshiyoye

    Hi folks, I just read this wonder book and I thought u should check it out! And guess what, it’s completely free! VISIT http://www.messengerangel.info/landing/?pt-ext0001&orgid=pt001

  • Dixie

    Hi…love this site and am a podcaster on Patheos through e2media! Would love to get my personal blog listed on here..http://reflectionsofgracehome.wordpress.com/ is that possible?

  • Chidera Christian

    This blog is worth it. I will also like you to review our outreach blog and add it to the list

  • Paulie

    Letters to Lewis – How being a father has brought me closer to The Father
    – letterstolewis.com –

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  • Please add mine to your list: http://TheSaltyTrail.com Thanks!

  • N.Botting

    Interesting Information thanks. Also check out this :

  • george

    Good collection of simple messages at http://thussaysmylord.blogspot.com

  • henry fifo

    http://henryfifo.blogspot.com thanks for your support, don’t forget to like, share, and comment. Happy annual convention.. In Christ alone™ God bless you all.

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  • Thanks so much for this list! I’ve gone all the way down to number 7! I plan to continue reading tomorrow. Peace and light xx

  • Justin George
    • James Kingson

      Awesome!!! Thanks for sharing! I really like them because they are short and though provoking! God Bless!

  • Taylor Neas
  • Christian

    Thank you so much for sharing this list. Very good and interesting.


  • Joekerman

    People, don’t you know there is a war raging?! Check out http://bit.ly/newsfromjerusalem

  • Lucille Du Preez

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  • MikeManea

    Hi, my name is Mike and I
    am currently working on a book called, ‘How to Debate Atheists.’ I have
    completed the first three chapters and would appreciate any feedback.


  • GodsNation
  • Restoring the Joy

    Hoping you will check out my blog on my website. http://www.restoringthejoy.net Fourth year of blogging. New book just published at http://www.createspace.com/4783032

  • Victoria Ceretto-Slotto

    Thank you for this valuable reference. I have had a writing blog since 2009 and just began a Christian Blog at http://andknowthatiam.wordpress.com and am looking for other blogs to follow and who will visit me.

  • Mark
  • grace

    such a great blog! guys come to my blog. it’s quiet new and i need your comments and advise for my Christian blog. make your time to visit my blog! http://psalmstojesus.blogspot.com/ thank you! GOD BLESS

  • anonymous

    Join me as I talk about the Lord, life, family, church, and just about anything else that pops into my mind at http://www.joanna-fiftysomething.blogspot.com

  • The Readers Cove

    Christian Fiction Book reviews: http://thereaderscove.blogspot.com/

  • grady williams

    Your blogs and each of its stuff is so pleasurable and
    valuable it is making me come back soon.

  • Emily Smith

    My husband and I recently moved to a new city. We have been looking for a Christian Church near us to go to. I hope we can find one soon. We are hoping to be able to go to our new Church on Sunday!
    Emily Smith | http://chcus.org/mission-statement/

  • 123JesusHatesChristians

    Hi, some interesting stuff here….just found your site.. 🙂 ..
    Pls check mine and list… http://123JesusHatesChristians.blogspot.ca

  • Matthew

    Awesome list! my blog is http://www.notanotherchristianblog.com/ check it out!

  • Krisi Davis

    I wanted to share my blog: http://www.krisidavis.com combines excerpts from several Christian authors and bloggers, music, and art.

  • Reggie Legend

    My favorite Christian blog is http://www.steelwaterspoetry.com/blog #STEELYourMind

  • Learn how to have inexpressible and glorious joy. http://www.praiseblogs.com

  • goldvk

    I used to seen a chinese blog:http://www.machaochao.com,even we know blog need Simple and refreshing,but individualization is also need.

  • Victor Nunez

    My website is http://www.fatherspiritson.com but I like http://www.thefulltimegirl.com, http://www.boldandunashamed.com, http://god-sdaughter.blogspot.com/ and http://www.jordankranda.com. These are some of my favorite Christian bloggers/personalities. I will check some on your list, thanks.

  • Joe

    Wonderful list!
    Please visit my website on Hildegard von Bingen, 12th century christian mystic:

    Peace and Love, and God Bless

  • godspower

    great article, i have also found posts in http://www.christianate.org to be very interesting. just check it out

  • rubykatherine

    I’d like to add mine: http://klempdomainia.blogspot.com

  • Linuxology
  • Serious
  • 123poopitout

    hi, mine is http://123jesushateschristians.blogspot.ca for sure

    as the name says…totally rad! as is http://123poopitout.blogspot.ca

  • Annie

    A new blog with lots of sarcasm and wit is https://my32cents.wordpress.com. Especially love the article about women’s Bible studies and the one about the Colombian wedding! Hysterical!

  • JesustTheTruthAndTheWay

    The all new blog for Christians http://jesusthetruthandtheway.wordpress.com, full of articles and regular posts!

  • Taylor

    Check out plumbwellness.com for a great source.

  • TheLegacy
  • Jason
  • Guest

    An explicit faith comment is almost certainly not appropriate in every posting. “Less is more.” To help you remember not to lapse back into ‘Christian-speak’, try to imagine that you are writing for a specific non-Christian that you know.


  • Joel Rivera

    In celebration of his resurrection share the message of his love & sacrifice upon the cross by sharing this message and next message called ” Christ’s passion for us” to all you can. Remind the world of his sacrifice & teachings through the starring of His word and with love for one another.

    (Christ’s Passions for us)

    He suffered on the cross for our salvation. His love for us is eternal and unconditional. His forgiveness for our sins is never ending.
    So we shall follow his example with each other. Do this in remembrance of his divine grace, his sacrifice through his suffering on the cross and his divine love for us all.

    (Passion of love) Love one another as he loves us. (Passion of Forgiveness) Forgive one another as he forgave us.
    (Passion to help others) Help one another as he helped us. (Passion of Guidance) Guide one another as he guided us. ( passions of teaching) Teach one another as he taught us. ( Passions of Caring) Care for one another as he cared for us.
    (passions of Sheltering) Shelter one another as he sheltered us.
    (Passion of Giving) Give to one another as he gave to us. (Passions of Feeding) Feed one another as he fed us. (Passions of Clothing others in the spirit) Clothe one another as he clothed us. (Passions of Comfort) Comfort one another as he comforted us.
    For he is the way and the light. Through him all is possible. Without him we are dust in the wind, but through him we are reborn. Share this in honor of the Lord Jesus Christ who gave everything for us all, for his love is eternal, so shall our love for each other be a reflection of that love. Do this in honor of the lord thy God

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