Christian blogs for women in their 20s dating

christian blogs for women in their 20s dating

Ethan is adventure personified. He is funny. He is deliberate and decisive. He is silly. He is so smart. He is so many things that make my heart burst. 732 more words

So I have to be honest with you all and let you know that this isn’t going to be easy for me. There is something that needs to be corrected, but it is so engrained into my everyday life that it will take a lot of energy and commitment to change; but it’s necessary. 773 more words

Ugg.  The sickness has hit my house this week.  We are on the mend, but I am a little behind on blogging.  As it is Thursday, I won’t begin my new series on sexual integrity until next week, but here’s something that needs to be said today. 1,184 more words

Words. These are words I have had a hard time finding for a while now. In a sense I am completely cognizant of the emotions they are tied to because I’ve lived with them so long, but I haven’t been able to find the words that can express these well-worn feelings. 1,095 more words

With the second of the  Fifty Shades trilogy, Fifty Shades Darker,  releasing in theaters tomorrow (Feb. 10, 2017), it’s prudent to refresh our memory on the Christian woman’s response to movies like these. 1,510 more words

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Is your life like mine, marked by too many sad stories, too many bad choices? Does your heart look like someone is using it for target … [Read More...]

It was my dear friend Sarah’s birthday, and I was happily dishing up helpings of her very favorite dessert. Sarah came over to help pass out the … [Read More...]

Love has existed way before the foundations of the earth, before God carefully knitted you together, before the sun and the moon, even before the mountains were lifted and the ocean spread out so … [Read More...]

My mother was the youngest one of two older sisters who wrongfully despised her because of the differences she possessed. She was despised among her sister’s because she did not resemble or share any … [Read More...]

One of the most important jobs for a parent is to teach our children the skills they need to survive in this world. That responsibility is no more apparent than when our children reach an age where … [Read More...]

Sometimes I think the hardest part of being a Christian is acknowledging the fact that there are many of those we hold deeply in our hearts do not profess the same convictions that we do. They do not … [Read More...]

Sometimes the week just feels particularly long. I spend all week doing my best to keep my raging thoughts at bay, just below the surface to where I know they’re there, but I can’t feel their … [Read More...]

These are some of the TOP 100 FAITH BLOGS and websites to read for women’s ministry, inspiration, prayer and fellowship. When you visit one of these sites please post a comment and tell them the Womens Bible Cafe sent you! Bloggers always like to know where their readers are coming from.

These blogs are selected for consistent blogging, audience size metrics and engagement, although there are many other blogs we’d love to add to the list. Be sure to visit newer blogs, author blogs and Bible study blogs even if they’re not on the Top 100 list… because they’re ALL worthy of a visit! Look in the comments below for some more blogs to visit!

UPDATE: We have so many women in consideration for this list, please give us time to add and adjust the content. We’re looking at Klout scores, audience size, and social media metrics, and will adjust accordingly. Post your comments below if you’d like to recommend a blogger or website.

Founder and Ministry Director of the Womens Bible Cafe™ since 2009, Christine has led 60+ online Bible Studies for women. She completed a Graduate of Biblical Studies from Liberty University. She's an inspired writer, Amazon Top Reviewer and Blogger at LifeVerse Books.com Follow on Facebook

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How do you see someone who is being a thorn in your flesh? I am struck by David’s words in 2 Samuel, Chapter 16 when Shimei, a relative of Saul, curses him and pelts him with pebbles  David, God’s anointed king, could have ordered the man to be imprisoned or killed. But instead, he tells his soldiers to leave him […]

A while back, my great-niece made me this rose. Rather ingenious, it is a silk flower and greenery glued around a tea light. She painstakingly hollowed out the rose, inserted the tea light, and then glued it all back together. You have to flip the switch underneath before it can softly glow from the inside out. […]

Do Christians need the Church more than the Church needs Christians? Absolutely. God established Church. Judeo-Christian beliefs from Genesis to Revelation see the faithful as God’s people- corporately. Paul said in 1 Corinthians that we are a Body. A body is designed to have all of  it’s parts to function properly. Each is different, but important.. The root […]

Next Sunday begins the journey through the gates. With praises and loud voices we wave palm branches to welcome Jesus into the gates of Jerusalem. But, within a few days, we watch as his ministry on earth appears to crumble. Plots against him escalate. He and his disciples hide out in an upper room to […]

Have you ever felt buried? I have. The hole seemed so deep, yet themroeI tried toclimb my way out,the more I kept sinking.Exhausted, physically, emotionally and spititually, I lay as if paralyzed. Stress, job pressures, finances, loss, sorrow, poor self-image – they all were shovels of dirt thrown on top of me, suffocating any positive outlook, trapping […]

Two blog  posts  hit my inbox today–  one from an anti-trafficking missionary, another from a writer of devotionals. One in the field, one at a desk. Same message: it can’t be about you. “Your eyes and heart need to be constantly on Jesus. Not on the circumstance or the evil that you know exists, but […]

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Blogs by Christian Women - Connecting Our Lives Through Faith

Is your life like mine, marked by too many sad stories, too many bad choices? Does your heart look like someone is using it for target … [Read More...]

It was my dear friend Sarah’s birthday, and I was happily dishing up helpings of her very favorite dessert. Sarah came over to help pass out the … [Read More...]

Love has existed way before the foundations of the earth, before God carefully knitted you together, before the sun and the moon, even before the mountains were lifted and the ocean spread out so … [Read More...]

My mother was the youngest one of two older sisters who wrongfully despised her because of the differences she possessed. She was despised among her sister’s because she did not resemble or share any … [Read More...]

One of the most important jobs for a parent is to teach our children the skills they need to survive in this world. That responsibility is no more apparent than when our children reach an age where … [Read More...]

Sometimes I think the hardest part of being a Christian is acknowledging the fact that there are many of those we hold deeply in our hearts do not profess the same convictions that we do. They do not … [Read More...]

Sometimes the week just feels particularly long. I spend all week doing my best to keep my raging thoughts at bay, just below the surface to where I know they’re there, but I can’t feel their … [Read More...]