Spiritual disciplines purposed to focus on healthy balanced, daily living. We’re empowering the core of our mindset (the basis of the way we see life, our problems and ourselves) and strengthening the foundations of our faith.
A blog about connecting with God in a distracting world, seeing our lives as part of God’s Story, and discovering the wonder of a life of prayer
Around the world, people are starving, forests are dwindling and species are going extinct--in part because we have ignored and at times distorted the call to steward the earth. On top of that, an unbelieving world is watching to see what, if anything, Christians will do to care for the planet and the people we claim God created. We have often failed to live out what we say we believe. The ecological crisis, then, is actually a church crisis. And the size, wealth and global influence of the American church give it the unique ability to help lead a response to this crisis.
Exhorting believers to mortify pride and cultivate humility, so the life of Christ may be evident in our lives (Gal 2:20).
A blog on theology and life from Adam Mabry, Lead Pastor of Aletheia Church in Boston, MA.
A blog about the fight to protect and preserve religious liberty, the sanctity of life, marriage, and the family.
Thoughts from a reporter and section editor for The Christian Post. "This is the message we have heard from Him and announce to you, that God is Light, and in Him there is no darkness at all." - 1 John 1:5
This BLOG is dedicated to the journey of Learning 2 BE, who I Already AM in Christ. Because of the work of Jesus, He has changed my IDENTITY. If you’re a Christian, then He has changed your IDENTITY as well. The journey of discipleship is learning more about who God is, and learning more about who He has made me. This BLOG focuses on Bible Study, Culture, & Identity.
This blog is dedicated to answering difficult questions that Christians want to know to help us better understand what the Bible says to us and then engage application to our lives in our daily walk with God.
My blog is about biblical spirituality and related problem solving.
Bindings offers thought-provoking blogs by vibrant, published Christian authors on faith issues, life and current events, and intriguing, must-read books.
An ongoing discussion on the current state of the Church in America, how it got there, and where it is going. This blog will tackle tough issues for the Church in uncompromising terms while continuing to meet the challenges posed by a widening body of unbelievers.
I share stories of personal growth, and words of inspiration and hope. I address current events, and I won’t shy away from controversy; however, I look for the truth without adding more negativity.
This is a place where I write about Leadership, Manhood, God, Culture, and Adventure from my vantage point here in Silicon Valley.
News of Christian events around the world
I am a Pastor's wife who wanted to create a blog to encourage Pastors' Wives. It is not an easy job and nobody understands like another Pastors' Wife. I have personally struggled with depression for years and so many times have felt alone in my struggle as a Pastor's Wife. It seems like every Pastors' wife I met Home schooled 5 children, cooked every night and played the piano. That is not me. I have sent my children to school as soon as they were old enough, I rarely cook as we don't have time between church meetings, Bible studies and soccer; and I never have played the piano. There has to be other Pastors' wives out there who can relate.
A call back to the basics of the gospel in light of apologetics and current events.
A closer look at world Christianity.
Encouragement from my faith journey to help Christians and those seeking God find an intimate relationship with him through Jesus. The writings are lessons from my own life as I've learned how to be a follower of Jesus over the past 20 years.
Bible End Time Prophecy, Spiritual Warfare, spiritual dynamics of the culture/subculture, apologetics, and Jewish Root.
Reviews, discussions, articles, and opinions on films and faith.
A blog about books, news and other forms of Christian media matter important to the faith community.
Each Friday I post in my blog, "Friday Tidings...thoughts for the journey". As we travel in this new century, I sense we will need one another more than in the past. In fact, I know we will. Please join me.
Generous Life celebrates extraordinary and ordinary generosity lived in the name of Christ. Generous Life seeks to enable philanthropists, Christian organizations and every day people to live generously, the way God desires.
Reports and testimonies from the mission field, along with stories of general interest to believers
Guest news and commentary.
John Dillard, an author and Certified Public Accountant, serves HIM by serving you with his expertise in this blog... one tax return at a time!
I already blog for a number of other sites, none of them Christian. I'd like to move my other writings to a Christian audience but also have a base for writing distinctly Christian blogs. My themes are religion, society, politics and culture.
Sharing thought provoking infographics.
Infographics is definitely a great way to begin with a full fledged online presence.
Insights into family and cultural conversion to God.
Advice and encouragement from the pastor of Lakewood Church.
Walking the narrow road with Jesus infuriates Satan and he sets out to destroy us. Joy can be found on this journey only when we keep our eyes on the Lord and walk close beside Him. God has given me the awareness of JOY in abundance though all kinds of trials and tribulations. I would like to share that Joy in order to encourage others.
Thoughts and reflections on worshipping with your body, heart, mind and spirit.
Jesus talked about no faith, little faith, faith, growing faith, more faith, much faith, which kind do you have right now?
This blog hosts the writings, thoughts, and works of various Kentucky Christian University faculty members. To learn more about Kentucky Christian University, visit us online at www.kcu.edu.
Keys for Kids is a daily devotional from the Children's Bible Hour written for children. Parents are encouraged to read these devotional to children that cannot read.
An analogy of why teenagers need and want boundaries.
Tips for men and women to equip them to be the best spouse possible.
The Hallelujah Diet isn’t simply about correcting poor health. It’s about putting your body into its best possible state so that poor health isn’t even an issue. It’s as much about disease prevention as is it about disease correction. So when you incorporate a clean food, plant-based diet into your life you will satisfy your body down to the cellular level and empower it to build whole-body health to last a lifetime.
Overflow gets its name a Bible verse. "May the God of hope fill you with all joy and peace as you trust in him, so that you may overflow with hope by the power of the Holy Spirit." - Romans 15:13 NIV
This blog helps bring clarity to a variety of issues in the Word of God. It can be used as a devotional, a source of encouragement, or a launch pad for Bible studies. Ultimately it is designed to glorify God and edify the Body of Christ.
The latest articles written by Rev Bresciani. They deal with prophecy, politics, current events and much more. The American Prophet site is seven years old and has over 25 subjects and 500 articles, some will be used in the CP Blog for others to enjoy or make comments.
A blog about Bible-centric perspectives to victorious Christian living inspite of prevalent storms. Focus will be on Christian Finance, Leadership, Ministry and Lifestyle issues. God is not silent and indeed has comfort, direction and purpose even as He encourages and commands the saint to hold the fort…till Christ returns. Maranatha.
RGM is a God-centered ministry that is designed to make Biblical truth accessible and informative on a wide range of issues. Redgracemedia.com is the celebration of the redemptive grace of God in Jesus Christ as it unfolds in the pages of Scripture. RGM is driven by a passion to exalt in the Christ-centeredness of Scripture and upholds the truth that the whole Bible both Old and New Testaments are Christian Scripture (Luke 24:27, 44). RGM operates under three headings, Evangelical, Evangelistic, & Reformed. Each of these headings say something about what RGM is. We are Evangelical in that we are unapologetically gospel-centered and Bible-driven. We are Evangelistic in that our passion is to spread a particular evangelistic passion throughout the church in obedience to the great commission. We are Reformed in that we adhere to the central tenets of Reformed theology and believe that only Reformed theology can best represent true Christianity in a post-Christian, anti-doctrinal, anti-ecclesiastical and post-modern church and culture.
Where Faith and Fitness Unite
The personal blog of Pastor, Leader, Ron Edmondson
I report new developments in science and discuss their implications for Christian apologetics (reasons to believe in Christianity). I critique today’s dominant materialistic worldview, which denies the intrinsic dignity and freedom of human beings and enfeebles scientific creativity.
This site helps you see your life in the context of God’s story and to realize that He’s purposefully at work in every event to draw you more deeply into His love.
A Place for truth. A Place for Righteous Indignation. This is the Angry Pastor blog, dealing with issues that pastors SHOULD deal with...but for some reason, don't.
Change, when it comes, cracks everything open. -Dorothy Allison Henry David Thoreau said, "The mass of men lead lives of quiet desperation." He was talking about the search for change, and the sad truth that most people have simply given up on the possibility. Gandhi said, "You must be the change you wish to see in the world." I believe that everyday, people settle for dead-end jobs, lower lifestyles, less money, and destructive relationships, all because it's easier to ignore changes that could transform their circumstances and change their future. The fact is, change is hard. It's difficult to do well, and it's even harder to develop a lifestyle of change. That's why I've dedicated my life to helping people, organizations, and corporations understand the power of change. Change is here, and change is happening whether we like it or not. Andy Warhol said, "They always say time changes things, but you actually have to change them yourself." This isn't small, because I'm talking about making changes in your life that will help you discover your destiny. This blog is about that kind of change - especially at the intersection of media, faith, and culture. The rules are being transformed, and if we're going to create media that matters, we need to understand the revolution. What fuels your passion? Producing projects that make an impact? Movies, TV, and digital media that matter? Whatever it is, this is the place to discuss it.
I want to provide a forum to discuss difficult theological issues and encourage Christians. I also want to offer my opinion on cultural and social matters. My blog would have an edge to it, sort of like speaking what others may be thinking. Not to offend, but rattle enough to get one talking.
A blog covering world events of interest to Christians, issues impacting Christians in the US, a call for action/outreach and encouragement for those struggling through trials.
The NCFIC seeks to proclaim the sufficiency of Scripture for church and family life. The blog will be aimed towards this with an emphasis on topics dealing with the relation of the church and family, fatherhood, age integration in the church, the gospel, evangelism, etc.
Serious Topics for Serious Christians
We are a married couple, a New Testament professor and a theology professor, both Presbyterian ministers, who will comment on important topics that affect Christians. In line with the Apostle Paul's Letter to the Philippians (4:8-9), our perspective will be to encourage Christian maturity.
Orange is a nonprofit organization providing resources and training to help churches maximize their influence on the spiritual growth of the next generation.
Social commentary on current events from a Biblical point of view, especially concerning issues affecting the African American community.
This Woman Writes is a lifestyle blog that explores finances, family, homeschooling, food and contemporary 21st century Christianity from a Christian perspective. It encourages and embraces the ordinary, regular person in his or her walk with an extraordinary God.
The Time for Everthing blog gets its name from Ecclesiasted 3:1 which says, "There is a time for everything, and a season for every activity under heaven." - NIV Here you will find information for equipping and connecting Christians to better serve God. What to expect: tips for building church websites, listings of special events, missions opportunities, prayer concerns from around the world, links to newsworthy articles, a focus on the use of creative storytelling and filmmaking to share the Gospel, and commentary on religious financial fraud.
Unite the USA exists to promote positive patriotism, encourage conservative standards, honor veterans, give a voice to the poor and afflicted, and to fully apply "in God we trust" to daily life. Unite the USA encourages Americans to unite in the fight for our rights - especially Christian rights such as returning God to the public square. We hope to activate the post-9/11 generation to become positive patriots of faith!
Advice for women, children, and families on how to reach their potential through Jesus Christ.
As a lifelong student of scripture, history buff, and cultural watcher, I blog about current events in the light of God\
Sharing the scriptures on how the word is coming to pass.
Tackling topics that all Christians face at some point along the journey with Christ. We are all a work in progress and we're not there yet, but God is always working on us!