Note: You’re reading Part Three in a three part blog mini-series on recommended blogs. In Part One, I highlighted Sixteen Biblical Counseling Blogs That You Should Bookmark. In Part Two, I linked you to Sixteen Pastoral Ministry Blogs That You Should Bookmark.
As with the first two posts, I wish I could mention every excellent blog that focuses on Christian living. The Christian living blogs I regularly read have some combination of: a.) frequency of posts, b.) a self-identified focused on Christian living, growth in Christ, sanctification, etc., c.) relatively high traffic/hits, and, frankly, d.) people I know or know of.
Drum Roll, Please
Here are the Christian living blogs that I regularly read, listed in alphabetical order. Of course, I don’t agree with everything every one of these bloggers post. Still, these blogs stretch my thinking as iron sharpens iron.
- Albert Mohler.com is, of course, Al Mohler’s blog site where he shares a biblical perspective on vital issues of our day. Don’t miss this one.
- Between Two Worlds is the blog home of Justin Taylor who posts gospel-centered wisdom for living.
- Challies.com, the home of Tim Challies, in many ways started it all when it comes to in-depth Christian blogs. This is your one-stop place for resources, links, and Christian thinking on the Christian life.
- Christ Is Deeper Still is home to Ray Ortlund’s post about strengthening our walk with Christ.
- The Covenant Eyes Blog focuses on biblical help for maintaining moral purity.
- The Desiring God Blog is the home of John Piper’s ministry focusing on exalting God by enjoying God.
- At Don’t Stop Believing, Mike Wittmer relates theology to life and current events.
- For the Love of God is a daily devotional by D. A. Carson designed to walk a person through the Bible in a year while assisting readers in discovering the riches of God’s Word.
- Head, Heart, Homehttp://headhearthand.posterous.com/is the home to David Murray’s posts focusing on a comprehensive, compassionate approach to Christian living.
- Heavenward by Pastor Scotty Smith is a unique blog—it’s a daily prayer on focused issues in the Christian life.
- At Josh Harris.com you’ll find posts from Pastor Josh Harris that help you to dig down deep in your Christian life.
- At Kevin DeYoung.com you’ll gain insight into applying truth to life from the ministry of Pastor Kevin DeYoung.
- The Kingdom People Blog by Trevin Wax provides robust resources for your Christian walk.
- The Ligonier Blog shares R. C. Sproul’s (and others’) deep insights connecting theology to life and ministry.
- The Lifeway Research Blog is hosted by Ed Stetzer with information for informed decisions about life and ministry.
- Living with Power is Lina AbuJamra’s blog home. Lina is the Women’s Ministry Director at Harvest Bible Chapel; she blogs about connecting to Christ’s resurrection power.
- Michael Hyatt.com provides insights from Michael Hyatt for Christian leaders and authors.
- Moore to the Point by Russell Moore blends a pastor’s heart and a theologian’s mind.
- Parchment and Pen is the blog home of Credo House with posts by Michael Patton and others—all relating theology to life.
- Strawberry-Rhubarb Theology is the blog home of Dane Ortlund where he focuses on reclaiming the mind for Christ.
- When your blog is recognizable by your first name, like Tullian, you know you have an abundance of readers. PastorTullian Tchividjian maintains a laser focus on gospel-centered living.
- View from the Cheap Seats by C. J. Mahaney provides a grace-oriented focus on Christian living. (As of this writing, C. J. has just announced a sabbatical. Whether his site will be “live” in the near future, I do not know.)
- Voices is the blog home of The Gospel Coalition where you’ll find contributions from a wide range of Christian leaders on a wide range of topics. Another “can’t miss” blog.
- In Wisdom for Life, Pastor Steve Cornell presents biblical principles for wise relating to God and others.
Join the Conversation
What additional excellent blogs do you recommend for biblical wisdom for Christian living?