Christian Blogs

Some Christian blogs

These blogs are active

Bibles for America blog 

Bibles for Europe blog

Holding to Truth in Love—Eph. 4:15 (Tom in California)

A Normal Believer in Christ (Stefan in London)

Simply Katherine: A Christian on Campus (in Texas)

Zion We Will Be (Tamil in India)

These blogs are not active (spring 2018) but their older posts remain beneficial.

always rejoice – unceasingly pray
Andrea’s Nest (Andrea in California)
Andrea’s Scribbles (Andrea in South Africa)
Clark’s Bible Blog: an outlet for Biblical appreciation and exhortation
Come, See a Man (Leon in Texas)

A Crazy Lover of Jesus (Justin in California)
DROD’s Blog (David in Texas)
Each One Has (Christians in Texas)
A Fellow Partaker (Mercy in the Philippines)

Grace and Reality
Grace Given to Me for You (Matthew)
Having Life (Robbie in South Africa)
In All Things By Faith (Danielle in Texas)

Jess (Just) Taste and See (Jessie in British Columbia)
Laying Hold (Josiah in California)
Life and Peace (Ray in Boston)
Living Christ our Victory (James in Washington)
Lord, You Are (Pauline in Texas)

One Word Changes Everything (Paul)
Things Received (1 Cor. 4:7)
Truth and Experience (Michael and Nathan)
We Are Vessels of Mercy (Evan in California)
Words of Truth and Life

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  1. Hi brother Don,

    I just noticed you linked to me. Thanks!

    Much grace to you.


  2. Debra Creed

     /  August 12, 2015

    God has a heart’s desire and an eternal purpose; He wants to make Himself man and to make man God so that the two—God and man—may be the same in life, nature, and expression.


    • Phil. 2:13: “It is God who operates in you both the willing and the working for His good pleasure.” God’s working is for His desire, not for our comfort. His working, with our cooperation (v 12) opens the door for us to live Him so that He may be expressed.



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