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Do you ever read all these Christian lifestyle blogs, parenting blogs or ministry blogs and think it’s something you could never do? I hear ya! I felt the same way at one time!  In fact, I still do at times! Are Christian bloggers wanted? Yes! Are they needed? Oh, definitely! And you CAN do it!!


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Christian Bloggers Wanted – Benefits of Blogging

I would see all these amazing bloggers and think “Wow, that’s a lot of work! I don’t think I have the talent for it!”

Or maybe you think blogging is just a waste of time!

Maybe when you think of blogging, the images you conjure up are probably similar to a teenager writing in their diary. You know, the usual, cliched kind of “today tanked because I missed my bus and then…” sort of thing!

The reality, however, is that blogging is an incredibly dynamic hobby/business, that can yield tremendous benefits for both your personal and your work life.

Of course, blogging can even become a full-time career path in and of itself, if the content of your writings is well-received enough by your niche market.

Here are just a few of the ways in which blogging can change your life and your ministry or business!

Develop Your Personal Brand

When it comes to your professional or ministry life, the “brand” that you cultivate for yourself will be of the utmost importance! 

You want people to easily identify you, your product, ministry or service!

Blogging can help dramatically in this regard, by giving you a platform with which you can address topics important to your niche market, engage with your audience, share your know-how, and do what you can in order to craft your brand via your own words.

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In ministry many times you ARE the brand! You share your own personal stories, struggles, and victories and your audience comes to identify with you!

Christian bloggers want to be identified as a subject matter expert! You can be that go-to person for problem solving! Customers want a business that can help them solve a problem or meet a need! Identifying your avatar (your ideal audience) can help you meet those needs!

In this way, blogging can be a major component of an identity management process that can help to improve your professional prospects across the board.

Christian Bloggers Wanted – Benefits!

One of the major benefits of blogging as it relates strictly to your personal life is the extent to which it enables you to more or less have a “conversation” with yourself.

Have you ever heard instructors in some particular discipline say something along the lines of “if you want to learn this stuff really well, try to teach it to someone else”? The basic idea behind this rule is that in order to communicate an idea clearly, you must first become very comfortable and familiar with it yourself.

Blogging can behave in much the same way.

Perhaps you’ve had some ups and downs in your personal fitness journey, and you aren’t really sure of what’s gone wrong. So you decide to write a blog post sharing your struggle and mulling over your experiences.  This is where Christian Lifestyle blogging comes in! It is a great way to explore and find your niche, while sharing aspects from various parts of life!

Maybe you have a struggle with your faith! Blogging allows you to share that struggle and not only help someone else who may be going through the same, but you can also sometimes find the answer God is trying to convey to you just by “talking” it out!  That has happened to me many a time!

Blogging also allows your audience to comment on your posts and maybe share some wisdom with you when they have gone through similar struggles!

Blogging can be a great tool for consolidating your thoughts and discovering more about God and yourself!



Christian Bloggers Wanted – A Sense of Community

Say what you like, but we humans are naturally social creatures, and we basically want to participate in groups that reflect our interests.

These days, some of the biggest platforms for discussion exist on the internet and Christian bloggers wanted to take advantage of those platforms and use them to connect with people!

Blogging on a topic that interests you can, therefore, be an effective way of exploring those interests, joining in with a wider discussion, and connecting with others who are engaged with the same topics.

For those of us who blog on faith-related topics, we form a sisterhood with our fellow bloggers and our audience that we may not find elsewhere.

Many times, our followers are isolated. They may not have fellow believers in their lives to share in their faith. They may not have people in their lives they can go to for prayer. They may live in a country where being a Christian is not accepted!

Christian lifestyle blogs, parenting blogs, ministry blogs, etc., can provide that community for them, as well as reaching people for Christ in places all over the world who may not be able to hear the Word in their own communities!


Blogging breaks down walls and bridges the miles to reach people for Christ! That, to me, is the most important and most compelling reason to start a Christian lifestyle blogging journey! Are Christian bloggers wanted? Oh yes! So why not start writing and share what God has done in your life?

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Diane is a wife and mom, a Jewish believer in Yeshua (Jesus) and yes, a blogger. In addition to owning Worth Beyond Rubies, she also co-owns other sites such as Faithful CEOs which helps Christian bloggers and businesses, Hot Flashy Faith which is a site for women over 40 and everything important to them, and Women of Worth Café another site for Christian women with Bible studies, devotions and the Jewish roots of the faith. Diane lives in BEAUTIFUL Northwestern Connecticut and when she is not blogging, you will find her spending time with her husband and kiddos out on their little mini-farm.

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    Michele Morin

    Yes to all this! I would never have thought of blogging as a viable option for me–and if I can handle the techy side of things, ANYONE can! One of the sweetest surprises has been the blessing of community among bloggers and the faithful love of my readers.

    Sydney Meek

    This post is spot-on! I have seen so many benefits of starting my blog over a year ago, especially the encouraging community with fellow bloggers. Thanks for sharing!


    One of the things that surprised me most about blogging was the many generous and kind bloggers I met. I had no idea blogging was such a community-oriented activity. I have not been blogging very long (9 months), and I feel like I am still trying to find my voice. I didn’t set out to be a Christian blogger; I thought my blogs would be more running-focused, but that is just what sort of evolved.

    Kathleen Bailey

    I’ve been a blogger for 15 years but I just started a Christian blog a few years ago and I don’t post regularly yet. I wasn’t sure if I wanted to start one because I felt I didn’t know enough about the topic. But then I realized that I would learn as I wrote, as you said. Plus sharing my thoughts as a NEW Christian gives another viewpoint that those who were born Christian might not have thought of.

    Joanna Yates

    I have been blogging since March, very randomly. I would love to become more active in my blogging, and I think being part of this site will help me do so.

    Lauren Sparks

    I can tell you love blogging. We are kindred spirits in that.

    Lisa notes

    Thanks for the encouragement to blog! It’s definitely been a game-changer for me. I love the time alone to think and process my circumstances and then to interact with community.


    Thanks for the post and encouragement. Writing a Christian blog definitely has its benefits and can allow you to get your message and your thoughts out there to a wider audience. It is hard going though. Because it’s a kingdom work, Christian writers are probably more under attack from the enemy than other bloggers out there and can suffer from discouragement and often the desire to throw in the towel. I know I certain have felt that way many times. I have to remember that if this is the case, then it means that my posts are having some effect… Read more »

    Jasmine Hewitt

    Everyone has the ability to blog! the hardest part is finding your confidence!


    Christian blogging has been such a wonderful ministry for and to me. I am so grateful for the community I’ve developed.

    Ashley Rowland | HISsparrowBlog

    I really couldn’t have said it better myself. I’ve been surprised many times by what I’ve learned, probably more than I could articulate or list here. From the bloggy stuff like writing, behind-the-scenes tech stuff, and finding community I’ve come further than I thought possible, but then there’s all the rest I’ve learned. God’s shown up so many times when I’m struggling with fear, self-doubt, and all the things. I’ve learned I don’t have to be an expert to have a say: I have the right to speak about what I’m writing about because I’m walking through it. And I’ve… Read more »


    I love this idea of a link up. I’m just starting my blog and still trying to figure out the ins and outs of connecting. Maybe I’ll be here next week to link up!


    Thanks for starting this community! I’m looking forward to connecting with other Christ followers.?


    Don’t wanna say anything in connection with whatever was mentioned above.. Just wanna share something as 1 sinner to all others. Maybe it speaks to ALLOT or just 1 specific person,that has a big / huge gift from God to safe souls/be a Disciple for Jesus. Anyway I’m an addict living in a country on this temporary/ fleshly format that has been given to us as a test to see who we REALLY chose to follow… Someone out there has an Amazing gift from God through Jesus to save many,many souls and this person is waiting for something… Before fulfilling… Read more »

    Anne from CMM World Missions

    It’s been a long time I am wanting to create my own blog. I just don’t know how to kickstart everything. I have plenty of worries; Will I ever have readers? Is my blog going to be interesting and and will entice readers to subscribe or read some more? But then, with the challenges I encountered recently, it made me want to blog how hard it was and how God made me stronger to get through it and how he made his own ways and mediums reach me. I’m guessing sooner than expected I can publish my first ever blog!… Read more »

    Joanne Troppello 🙏🇺🇸✝🗽 (@JoanneTroppello)

    Great article. I totally agree with your thoughts here. I love connecting with other bloggers and networking.

    Resurrect Christianity

    Thank you for sharing this Diane. Some valuable lessons to be learned and I particularly like this – “if you want to learn this stuff really well, try to teach it to someone else”. It fits very well with the Great Commission and His call to each and every Christian to spread and share His life, in His glory and His word to the world until the end of age. Christianity is in decline so thank you for reminding us that Christians not only have a conviction to communicate but they also have a duty to spread His word and… Read more »

    Rachel Guadamuz
    Rachel Guadamuz

    It is nice to see members of the Messianic Community stepping out and doing great things. I am a Messianic believer as well. I would love to see more of our presence online :). Thank you for sharing. If you have the time, I would love to hear more about your blogging journey and how it is working out for you. It is something that I am researching daily. It is hard to tell if it is really worth it or not.

    men Vests

    There is definately a great deal to learn about this topic.
    I like all of the points you have made.