Thinking Out Loud

May 15, 2010

The Best Aspects of Christian Blogging

Filed under: blogging — Tags: , , , , , , , , , — paulthinkingoutloud @ 5:29 pm
The Best of Christian Blogging

I think real Christian blogging is being transparent. It’s sharing our lives with others. It’s relating to the struggle that some find themselves in. It’s celebrating what God is doing through local churches. It’s dreaming about what churches could be doing. It’s spreading the word about a new Christian book or CD or DVD. It’s encouraging one another. It’s confessing our faults. It’s keeping great quotations and stories alive on the internet. It’s laughing together. It’s praying for someone in the online community who is facing a great need.

It’s about helping, informing, inspiring. And all of it aligning with Scripture; God’s word that must be carefully studied; must be correctly interpreted; must account for the past, present and future; must be defended from time to time; and must leave us somewhat ‘apart’ or truly ‘different’ from the world if we live out its teachings.


From a comment I posted months ago at Beauty of the Bible

4 Comments »

  1. This caught my eye, it’s hilarious!

    After I read the blog, I felt proud to be a “Christian Blogger”…

    Comment by altonwoods — May 15, 2010 @ 5:46 pm

  2. Note to self re. comments not posted:

    Bill = Gordon

    Comment by paulthinkingoutloud — May 15, 2010 @ 6:24 pm

  3. One of the things I enjoy the most about blogging is it brings me in contact with people I would never have otherwise had a chance to “meet”.

    When I get an email from India saying a story caused a married couple to seek counseling, etc…it makes it all worth it.

    Comment by Rick Apperson — May 16, 2010 @ 11:12 am

  4. Love it! …just wonder if I should take a poll
    About my blog! …nah!!! [: )

    Comment by James M. Lawson — December 29, 2017 @ 5:02 pm


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