Why I Stopped Reading Faith Blogs

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If you had asked me two years ago for a list of the top fifty faith bloggers, I could have provided you with that list and culled them into a rough top ten. And if you were interested in the the top twenty up-and-coming faith bloggers? I would have rattled off a few names you’ll recognize today as The Big Ones.

But now? Ask me about the most popular Christian writers online and, outside of the Deeper Story family and a few big names, I’ll scratch my head and bite my cheek and tell you I’m not really very sure.

 

A year and a half ago I stopped reading faith blogs.

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2 Responses to Why I Stopped Reading Faith Blogs

  1. Lisa Roe October 23, 2014 at 2:51 pm #

    I am encouraged to see by your post, and the posts of others, that so many people are beginning to guard their hearts and recognize the trap that so easily ensnares people. I have never participated in blogging on a regular basis because of the negative things I have seen. It’s really no different than the types of debates that go on in church atmospheres, it’s just larger scale. There are those that will be harmless as doves, and there are those who will not. The site I have listed, is developed to encourage individuals to search out their own faith, as we all endeavor to know him. Bible studies and topics are being posted with the intent to provoke individual growth and seeking to know God’s love. Individuals are encouraged to think and pray for their own discovery of God. I hope you and your readers might find encouragement there as well. Be blessed as you follow him. http://www.mountsanaifaith.wix.com/mountsanaifaith

  2. Wendi Lane January 29, 2013 at 1:31 pm #

    This was a great post!!! I know for me that I have to have times when I turn the “world” off and just reflect it is when I get the strength and answers I am looking for:)

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