This year I hit my three-year blog birthday—which is SO crazy! On the one hand, it feels like I’ve been sharing my heart here forever and on the other hand, it feels like just yesterday that I started. There have been SO many ways blogging has brought good to my life since I hit “publish” on that first post, but one of my favorites is the way it’s connected me with incredible people from all around the world—whether that be readers or other bloggers.
Sharing stories is a powerful thing because in the stories of others, we find pieces of our own. I truly believe that one of the most powerful gifts you can give another human being is language to wrap words around their experience and to show them they’re not alone.
Many bloggers out there have given me this gift, and I’ve loved learning from them as I’ve followed along with snippets of their journeys they’ve shared over the years. Their posts have given me encouragement, inspiration, and perspective. They’ve challenged me, made me think about things I’d never thought about before, introduced me to books I’ve loved or products that have become new favorites, or perfectly put words to things I thought no one else understood. I’ve been bettered by the words of each one of them, even when their stories have been nothing like my own. That being said, I decided to round up a list of some of these bloggers so you can benefit from them as well!
Disclaimer: There are tons of gals and guys out there with awesome blogs, but I decided to narrow it down to the ladies, at least for this go-round. Even then, this is by no means a comprehensive list! There are SO many other AMAZING Christian women blogs out there. I just had to keep the size manageable—pretty sure nobody’s got time to scroll through a list of 2,562. Below are a few of my favorites from the ones I personally read, in no particular order. You can click on any of the photos to access their sites, and I’ve also included their Instagram handles as well. I hope you find a face from this list you didn’t know before, and discover some new blogs you really love!
I seriously feel like Tiff is my long-lost sister who lives on the other side of the country. There are so many aspects of her life that are similar to mine, and so much of what she writes resonates with me on a deep level. What I love most about reading her blog and following her on Instagram, is that doing so makes me want to know God and His Word even more—mainly because it is SO clear from everything she puts out there that she loves Him with everything and has found such a deep joy in her relationship with Him. Tiff writes on various faith related topics in an honest and encouraging way, and hers is the kind of content you need on your feed—promise.
Website: tiffanyrogers.co | Instagram: @tiffrogersmex
This blog was launched by amazing four ladies from my church—Lindsey, Marilyn, Erin, and Skye. Their mission was “to create a safe space for people to share and hear from one another and a place for vulnerability and honesty to flourish”—and the beautiful thing is, this has truly happened! They write on various topics, each pulling from their various experiences and seasons of life—always with raw transparency, seeking to see God’s faithfulness in all things. This year, they also opened the blog up for others in our church to contribute to, and it’s been SO cool to learn from different women in our community as they share what’s going on beyond the surface. I honestly think our church community is better because of this blog, and I know that anyone else who reads it will be too!
Website: ebenezerwomen.com | Instagram: @ebenezerwomen
I first discovered Mallory a couple years back when we were both contributors to an online magazine, and I have loved following her journey ever since. Mallory’s blog is heavily centered around the healing journey she’s been on since receiving diagnosis of a life-threatening sickness back in 2013. In the process of fighting to regain health, she became passionate about the healing power available to us in the foods God created—particularly, in plants. I’ve learned so much from Mallory about overall health and wellness, and not only has her blog encouraged me toward healthier habits, it’s also been incredibly inspiring to learn from her endurance through ongoing pain and hardship.
Website: stillwaters1.com | Instagram: @stillwatersblog
Victoria—or Tori as I knew her in high school—is an IRL friend who has been inspiring as long as I’ve known her. The tagline for her blog is “living in my lane for the glory of God,” and I love how she lives fully in her lane and shares what God is doing right in the space He has her in. Her content is a mixture of lifestyle posts and writing, and her writing is simply stunning. Her favorites lists are a personal favorite of mine as well. Girl knows what she’s talking about when it comes to book recommendations and all things beauty products. Follow her if you want to be continually encouraged and inspired!
Website: victoriasowell.com | Instagram: @victoriagsowell
Heather’s entire mission is to seek the heart of Jesus and that comes across infectiously in all the content she creates—whether on her YouTube channel, on the podcast she does with her husband Cornelius called “Life with the Lindseys,” or on her blog, which I want to highlight here. On it, she covers a slew of different topics from a biblical perspective, including godly womanhood, friendships, healthy living, marriage & relationships, singleness, beauty, purpose, mental health, trusting God. Reading her words feels like receiving encouragement and advice from a big sister in Christ.
Website: heatherlindsey.com | Instagram: @heatherllove
I first came across Madyson on her Instagram a couple years back and I absolutely adored the words she writes there so I was SO excited when shortly after, I saw that she had a blog as well. Her posts are so honest, encouraging, and fun—and she has a way of packing powerful truth into the most beautiful (or should I say beautiefull) string of words that really sticks with you and makes an impression. Also, girl’s got style—so her truth-filled faith-based posts end up inadvertently doubling as outfit inspo. Madyson’s writing digs into the experiences and emotions we all have in a way that makes you feel so understood, but also reminded of ultimate truth. If you don’t already read her blog, you need to!
Website: madysongrace.com | Instagram: @beautiefullthings
She Is Light is one of the first websites I ever wrote a guest post for when I first started writing! Its founder, Elise, is the best—and I love everything she does with the blog, and also her YouTube channel and personal Instagram page. The mission of She Is Light is to help women know their worth and live a purpose-filled life. I am here for it! In addition to posts covering topics like comparison or sisterhood, Elise also offers online devotionals and apparel for purchase. Be sure to follow along with all things She Is Light for a steady stream of biblical truth and encouragement, and for access to a whole slew of the most helpful resources.
Website: sheislight.com | Instagram: @sheislight
This girl is the queen of words. I love her blog, her books (like this one I couldn’t put down during my Yosemite trip earlier this year), and I LOVE her Monday Morning emails! These are what you get if you sign-up for her email list, and it’s probably one of the happiest email lists you could ever be a part of. Hannah’s emails are like powerful little pep talks and they always seem to address the exact topics you were needing to hear at the exact right time. I seriously look forward to reading them every single Monday, coffee in hand. Anyway, her blog covers important topics that aren’t often addressed like anxiety and depression, social media boundaries, and singleness and dating. As a matter of fact, her words played an important role in encouraging me to write the Still Single Devotional I released earlier this year. Read her stuff!
Website: hannahbrenchercreative.com | Instagram: @hannahbrencher
I first discovered Grace through a friend of mine earlier this year and I’m SO glad I did! I love that she speaks truth directly with spunk and well, grace. She is real and relatable, and I’ve loved reading her thoughts on topics addressing everything from dating to comparison to college life to navigating your twenties to busyness. Her heart is that all girls and women would know they are enough, and not only is this a theme in a lot of her blog posts, it’s the title of her book she released earlier this summer! Grace is one of those people who is just enjoyable to follow along with because she’s so genuinely kind, warm, and full of joy. I’ve been encouraged by her words time and time again, and I know you will be too!
Website: gracevalentine.org | Instagram: @thegracevalentine
Tara is your ultimate online BFF—but seriously! She is one of the most genuinely, joy-filled people I’ve come across in the Christian blogging space. I first got connected with her through Instagram, where I quickly discovered her blog which is not only adorable, but chock-full of biblically-rooted content. Whether it be her “Women of the Word” series, Scripture memorization tips, advice on running an online ministry, or even the lifestyle content she sprinkles in, everything is aimed at one goal: helping you know, love, and live out God’s Word. Tara’s love for Jesus and her readers radiates through in everything she writes. Be sure to check out her podcast as well if you’re more the listening type!
Website: immeasurablymoreblog.com | Instagram: @misstarasun
I want to say it was only sometime within this past year that I first became familiar with Jonni’s blog and Instagram, but I wish I would have discovered them before because I absolutely love her content (and she has a great middle name, am I right?). Knowing how much work can go into creating quality content, I am continually blown away by the thoughtfulness, heart, encouragement and truth Jonni pours into her posts on such a consistent basis. She covers topics ranging from relationships to social media to fighting the lies of the enemy, and shares compelling stories from her life with transparency, using them to communicate powerful truths and point to the heart of God. Check out her work!
Website: jonninicole.com | Instagram: @jonninicole
Coffee and Bible Time is a online ministry run by sisters Ashley, Taylor, and their mom who provides a mentor perspective. They are more widely known for their YouTube channel of the same name (which is where I first found them), but they also have a blog where they supplement a lot of the content they create for YouTube. Coffee and Bible Time’s mission is to “inspire people to delight in God’s Word, and this is precisely why I love them. They provide resources that equip you to dig into Scripture and what they share of their personal walks with God speaks to an intimacy with Him that sparks in you a desire to seek the same.
Website: coffeeandbibletime.com | Instagram: @coffeeandbibletime
The first words that come to mind when I think about Amanda’s posts are comforting and encouraging. Her words have an almost poetic way about them, and she writes in a manner that gets to the heart of things and speaks life into the spaces that need it. I love reading her thoughts on singleness and marriage, the things she gleans from God’s Word, and I love following along with the snippets she shares of her life as a nurse and of her journey toward nontoxic living. Fun fact: Amanda was also the first online blogging friend who I got to meet and hang out with IRL! Be sure to check out her stuff.
Website: sheiscaptivatingblog.com | Instagram: @sheiscaptivating
What did you think of this list? Are you familiar with any of these bloggers? Are there other blogs you love reading? Let me know in the comments!
Hello I’m Kaci!
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Thank you for this list! I love discovering new christian lifestyle blogs! I am glad I found yours and now I have a few new ones to read. God bless, Niki
Ah I’m so glad you found a few new ones to read – I hope you love them as much as I do (and thanks for reading mine as well ).
I’m always very excited to discover new blogs/instagram blogs by Christian women, I will say that I wish there was a little diversity in this list. I feel as if everyone looks the same and kind of writes the same, which is not in any way a knock on their blogs, I happen to be a fan of half of the people on this list. It just helps me and others to step outside out comfort zones when we hear the voices of those not like us.
Hi Daisie! I hear ya, thanks for the helpful feedback. This post was highlighting bloggers within the same niche so it’s natural their writing focuses would be similar, but I do feel that the voice and perspective of each lady on this list is very much unique. I hadn’t considered whether their appearances were similar, but will definitely keep that in mind next time I compile a list like this. Thanks for reading!
This is a great list! Loved reading what you had to say about each blogger.
So glad you enjoyed it!
Hey girly! Hope you’re well considering the times.. thank you for sharing this list such gems!! I would love to be considered in your next post as I started a faith blog for twenty something women to encourage them to see themselves in Gods image and live their best boldest lives- beyond the hashtag- which can only be done with God at the center. My blog is simply complicated.club/ no worries if it doesn’t fit your audience would also love your tips on how to stay encouraged as a faith blogger starting out? 🙂 keep spreading your light Kaci!!
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Hey Kaci! Thank you so much for this post- I’ve just recently decided to come back to the blogging world, and I thought it was really important to source my inspiration from my fellow Christian women… but I didn’t know any Christian bloggers other than my friend Nadine from http://www.pickingmoredaisies.com! This is such a great resource, and I’ve followed most of these lovely ladies (including yourself) on bloglovin’! I look forward to reading more of your content sis!
Hi Sara! Aw I’m so happy to hear this was a helpful resource! What is your website? I would love to check out your blog as well as Nadine’s. Thanks for your encouraging words
Hi, I appreciate the intent behind this blog and your desire to spotlight fellow Christian women bloggers.
Though not a Blogger, I am a writer of faith based devotionals and books. If I may, I’m going to be respectfully blunt…the writers you listed are all very similar in style, age and packaging. I will say this is common now that social media dominates our life and most women right now are some version of JoAnna Gaines. In and of itself, nothing terribly wrong with that except it leaves little room for the Elizabeth Elliot’s, Sarah Young’s, and L.B. Coleman’s of the world.
I challenge you to do a second blog highlighting a viriaty of writers from different ethnic backgrounds, ages, looks, styles and perspectives. This one size fits all stifles creativity and I fear encourages woman to put themselves into pretty, but boring boxes.
Thanks for letting this old, grey haired, but seriously fascinating old gal speak her mind.
Hi Katiana, thank you for sharing your thoughts! My intent was to highlight other bloggers I’m connected with and though I definitely wouldn’t say the ladies on this list are one-size-fits-all, your comment made me realize I don’t know of a many Christian bloggers outside my age demographic. Plenty of authors for sure, but not so much for bloggers. Anyway I always love being introduced to new blogs so off you have any in mind, I’d love to check them out!
How come this blog post is exactly like this other one I came across? I was googling the Victoria Sowell website, since the link wasn’t working, and discovered a blog entry that was verbatim, with the exception of the "anniversary" of blogging mentioned. Yours said three years, the other said one month. That makes me think perhaps they copied yours, but who knows. Anyway, here it is: https://rachelsiba.wordpress.com/2020/08/16/13-christian-ladies-blogs-to-be-reading/
Tricia thank you SO much for alerting me to this! You are right, this post was completely copied on another site. I ended up reaching out to the owner of the other site and she removed it. On a side note, it looks like Victoria updated her site, so I’ve updated the links here accordingly – hope that helps.
Thank you for sharing your heart!
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Hi Kaci! I was looking online for Christian Bloggers because as I start and grow my own blog, onthecoffeetable.com, I wanted to surround myself with Christian women when I introduce faith and my faith journey on the blog! I just wanted to commend you on what you said about putting into words about what you feel in order for others to relate to because that’s exactly what drove me to start my blog! (Plus sharing the message of God one day) so I’m glad I stumbled on your blog! Thanks for the resources!
Hi Kaci! Thank you so much for sharing this list!! This is EXACTLY what I was needing! I am hoping to connect with other Christian bloggers out there, who like me, want to share their faith with the world. I just started my blog, https://sharinglifeandlove.com/. It started as a tribute to my dad who just passed suddenly, but even though I’ve broadened the scope to include my faith and helping people, I know he’s proud of me. I also follow Arabah Joy, Melissa Ringstaff, and Rachel Wojo. They all have great free resources on their sites, so check them out if you want to find some more great bloggers. I am SO excited to check out these ladies’ blogs to learn from their expertise and grow in my faith. Thanks for sharing this list!! All the Best, Michele Kelsey
This was such a welcome read today and i’m so glad to come by your site and read through your excellent reviews of each of the most wonderful people. Yes I too have re-started my blog at http://www.sophialorenabenjamin.wordpress.com and a youtube channel at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCWueaTClFgRYflNdBlATKDQ/about
Would be so happy to have you visit either and share a comment.
Blessings to you and all the wonderful people sharing the love of Jesus.
Hi Kaci: Thanks for the list. I am going to check all of these ladies out. I also blog at womenseekingchrist.com. It is a place for ordinary women seeking extraordinary lives in Jesus. I hope some of your readers check it out.
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Thanks for sharing this. My wife and I have been actively looking for the best Christian Books for women, as well as blogs too. We read lots like the ones from Keion Henderson, https://www.keionhenderson.com/books/ and other notable pastors and authors. This list will really excite Cathy!
Thank you for sharing. I believe my daughter and wife will enjoy these Christian blogs. We need to read or listen to sermons and blogs like this one during these challenging times. We are fighting a wide range of ills, including war, famine, racism, and prejudice. Thanks to you and other Pastors like Keion Henderson, https://www.keionhenderson.com/, whose never-ending mission of bringing people back to God has been simply amazing. God bless you and everyone else in the future!
I love listening to uplifting sermons, it helps me get through my depression. Especially from Keion Henderson founder, CEO, and Senior Pastor of The Lighthouse Church & Ministries. With more than 20 years of experience, he knows how to capture his audience’s attention and connect with them. I hope more people find him.
I would love to be featured on your list! I’m also a Christian blogger that focuses on self-love, mental health, emotional healing, relationships, faith, and prayer! My website is http://www.adornedheart.com !
Here are some other ladies that are older that can bring a little variation.
1. Double amputee that speaks on hope, gratefulness, and faith: https://oneexceptionallife.com
2. A wonderful Christian woman living with BD: https://www.mybigfatbipolarlife.com
Also, I would love to connect if you’re open to that 🙂