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50 + Christian Blogs to Bookmark

August 4, 2011

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50 + Christian Blogs to Bookmark

A major aspect of the BCC’s vision is to point you to the best of the best around the Christian net. Today’s post is an example of that vision as we link you to over 50 Christian blog sites.

Starting a Conversation

Another aspect of our vision is to start conversations. Rather than having the final word, we want to offer a “first word” on vital themes related to biblical counseling. That’s why we end each post with our Join the Conversation section. Please consider the links that follow “the first words.” Please use the Comment feature to share links that you read and recommend.

There are many excellent blogs that focus on biblical counseling, pastoral ministry, and Christian living. Unfortunately, we aren’t familiar with them all. The following list of 50+ links contain some combination of:

  • Quality of biblical insights
  • Engaging and quality writing
  • Self-identification as focusing on biblical counseling, pastoral ministry, and/or Christian living
  • Frequent posts
  • Relatively high traffic/hits

Of course, inclusion in this list does not mean that the BCC endorses every word of every post. Rather, we encourage all our readers to read any blog, including our own Grace & Truth blog, as a wise Berean (Acts 17: 11).

Here they are, listed in alphabetical by area of focus.

Sixteen Biblical Counseling Blogs That You Should Bookmark

Sixteen Pastoral Ministry Blogs That You Should Bookmark

Two Dozen Christian Living Blogs That You Should Bookmark

Join the Conversation

What biblical counseling, pastoral ministry, and/or Christian living blogs would you add?


6 thoughts on “50 + Christian Blogs to Bookmark

  1. I would highly recommend Pyromaniacs, found at http://teampyro.blogspot.com/ and also Grace to You’s blog page, which can be accessed here: http://www.gty.org/blog . Both these blogs have provided tremendous resources to me as well as offer a distinctly biblical approach to current discussions in evangelicalism.

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