SBC Today Ranked In The Top 300 Christian Blogs!

May 14, 2015

Jonathan Carter | Editor
SBC Today

Thank you to all of our readers and contributors!  It is because of you that we have made this list–and here at SBC Today we consider it an honor to be ranked!


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There are thousands of ministry blogs to read, but do you ever wonder which ones everyone else is reading? I do, which is why I have compiled a list of the world’s most read Christian faith blogs. Keep in mind, this list is an objective list rather than endorsement of the blogs. This includes a broad scope of perspectives, so be spiritually discerning about what you read and compare it against what the Bible says.

This list isn’t perfect. It only measures a blog’s reach and influence. There are plenty of quality blogs that unfortunately do not make the list. It is, however, a beautifully diverse representation of our Christian brothers and sisters around the globe.

What is a Christian blog for ministry?

These blogs cover theology, methodology, journalism, academia, culture, and humor in ways that benefit Christian ministry leaders’ perspective, personal growth, cultural awareness, and ministering ability. To qualify, each ministry blog must also have published sometime within the last 3 months, be considered a blog, have an Alexa rank of <1,400,000, and be classified as Protestant, Anglican, Roman Catholic, or Orthodox.

To see the full list please click HERE.

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peter lumpkins

To see you guys listed in this lineup is an award well deserved. Your record of no-nonsense posts has fruitfully produced a visible harvest of interested readers. Know also I count myself privileged to be presently listed among the blogs you follow. May our Lord continue to bless pastors and churchmen/women with worthy resources from SBC Today.

With that, I am…

    Kyle Gulledge

    Thank you Peter for the kind words! I appreciate all of your help and encouragement! I still have the very first email that you sent me because it was such an encouraging message. Blessings to you brother!

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