Promote Your Blog

This page offers you a way to promote your blog, free of charge. By leaving a comment below, you can introduce your blog to new readers, and every month I write a post featuring a few of the blogs that I’ve enjoyed checking out (to see all of my ‘Blog Spotlight’ posts so far click here).

All you have to do to participate is leave a comment below with an explanation of what your blog is about and a link to your blog. Your comment should be less than 100 words. There are no restrictions in terms of the type of blog you can post about, although I reserve the right to delete any comments linking to blogs that contain inappropriate content that could be upsetting to my readers.

Please write clearly, check your comment for errors before posting and ensure your link is correct. Otherwise, your comment may be deleted. I hope participating in this free promotion will bless you and bring new visitors to your blog. Thank you and enjoy!


  1. I’m Joanna and my blog is called ‘Truth is …’
    Each week I pick out something from daily life and link it with a truth from the Bible. I write with honesty and often humour, and my readers enjoy the fresh perspective they find:
    “Your words are inspiring, honest and encouraging.”
    “As ever, your blog is superb – so easy to connect to. It is grounded in living reality.”
    “Your blogs will be bringing tremendous support, insight and comfort to those currently reading them – and to those yet to have the joy of discovering them!”
    Find me at:

  2. I’m Tim and my blog is called: “Disciple life – I’m living the miraculous life, you can have it too!”.
    Since I saw the first movie of the Last Reformation my life has taken a new turn. My God lives and I live to make disciples. As the Bible says, when the Gospel is preached signs and wonders will follow: we are called to heal the sick and cast out demons! My blog is about testimonies of my encounters with different people in shops, trains, planes, on the street etc. My goal is to encourage the body of Christ to be obedient to His commands.
    May you be blessed by it!

  3. Hello, I’m Lisa Beth, I have two sites, both are grounded in my Christian faith. The first came forth from a time of betrayal, loss, and calamity, Crushed By God. As my life unraveled, my faith was deeply tested. The posts about anxiety attacks, depression, and disappointment are from this journey and are intended to encourage others to trust in God’s sovereignty and faithfulness.
    My second site, The Burning Lamp, is a bit lighter. It includes testimonies of faith, current events, and even articles about animals and creation. “Can Animals Preach the Gospel?”…find out at The Burning Lamp!
    Well, thanks so much for letting me share! May the Lord richly bless you all.

  4. Hello! I’m Sue.

    In 2004, the Lord Jesus called me to write out what he teaches me through scripture and to post it on the internet. He used Habakkuk 2:2-3 as the inspiration:

    “Write down the revelation
    and make it plain on tablets
    so that a herald may run with it.” (v. 2)

    The “tablet” is my computer. The “herald” is the internet. My job is just to write what the Lord teaches me, and to place it on the internet, and then the herald runs with it. Thus, the blog is titled “Run With It.”


  5. I started blogging to overcome a compendium of different issues ranging from addiction to depression. In my experience this blog has helped me more than all of the counselling I have had in my life. I like to think that I am more aligned to the straight and narrow path. There was a time in my life when I could never imagine being a good christian. Now I would like to relate my experiences and offer a helping hand to people who are following the same footsteps as mine.
    GOD is great, all the way. I hope that I can spread his message of good will all of my life.
    My blog is @ May the grace of GOD remain with you.

  6. Hi I’m David,

    For about five years I’ve been on a bit of a spiritual path exploring and reading about different religions of the world. I believe all are beautiful in their own ways and point towards certain truths about the universe and God. I’m particularly interested in mysticism and find that it is the link that connects all the religions at their core. In my blog, I discuss various spiritual themes, comparative religion, mysticism, as well as issues society currently faces, and my own life.

    If you’re interested and want to read or follow me, my blog is at

    Thank you Steven for the opportunity, and all the best for you all!

  7. My name is Tabetha and I am a wife, mom and grandma from Central Illinois with a passion for Christ and writing. I call my blog Tabetha’s Devotions because I am writing to me just as much as to you. These are lessons I am learning on my journey with Christ and hope you join me.

    Steven has been so kind to offer me the opportunity to share with you. Thank you Steven!

    Please feel free come visit with me anytime at



  8. My blog consists primarily of musings and ramblings on generally spiritual themes. That said, travel and public speaking increasingly make an appearance on the page. In my life’s journey I have been a preacher, a teacher, and a chapel manager. I am an ecclesiastical historian, and theologian. I have worked in inter-faith dialogue and as a Holocaust educator. All have given me insights to things spiritual, and of things human. I hope my musings may be of some help to those who read them. Please find me at:

  9. Hey, I write a blog called lemonzest. I’m a medical student in my final year. I started writing about 6 months ago when I was faced with some very hard times. Writing helped me heal and it helped me find myself. I realised who I truly am.
    I write about travelling, baking and cooking, self help as well as other things that inspire me and help lift my spirit.
    So here is the link, I hope you like it 😄

  10. Hello everyone! My name is Angie and I’m currently an undergrad student studying English- I primarily write poetry, short stories and essays on my blog. Additionally, I will be publishing my book soon!

    Here is my link:

    I’d love for readers to drop by and get to talk to some new faces! ❤️

  11. As a Christian called to ministry and helping others in Christ, I plan to use my site to empower the church and write on Christian living. I have been serving the Lord for 7 years and was saved by Jesus when I was in the deepest pits. My heart and desire is to lead others to Christ in my thoughts, words and actions and this corner of the web is one way for me to do it.
    Here is my link, I hope to see some of you on my page soon!

  12. Hi Steven! I’m Chris and I’m a local church pastor in a rural congregation in southwest Kansas and an M.Div. student at Wesley Seminary in Marion, Indiana. My personal blog is and I launched it as a landing pad for my meditations and reflections on life and pastoring. It also serves as a space for me to post poetry – a pastime I engage in from time to time. Thanks for stopping by!

  13. My name is Nathan Graham. Not Your Pastors Exegesis is a blog I started to provide myself a platform to purge my thoughts and feelings on any scripture I come across in my readings of the Bible.

    I am not theologically trained and I by no means claim to be. I simply hope that if you are one of the few people reading my blog you will join me in reveling at the beauty that is our Lord Jesus Christ.

  14. My name is Selasi Ametewee. The blog I created is called Redeemed View. It’s an outlet I hope I can use to express my feelings and share experiences that I feel other Christians my age can relate to.

    It’s a view from a vantage point that involves a completely different perspective on life, a view that’s completely unobstructed as it is washed clean through the sanctifying and cleansing power of the blood our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ spilled for us on the cross. A redeemed view…

    You can check my blog out at: 🙂

    Peace in Christ! 🙂

  15. Hello! I’m Jeanette, and new to blogging. I started because I love stories, especially those filled with the grace of God. With such a wealth of stories in my life, I thought it’d be criminal of me not to share them. My blog, Only by Grace, is about a broken human and her journey with a God of amazing grace. If you do stop by, I hope it will be encouraging, uplifting, and a blessing.

    PS Thank you for this opportunity to share!

  16. Hello! I’m Thomas. The username that will appear above is identical to the name of my German main blog. My German blog and my English blog both are Bible blogs. I am sharing my thoughts about scripture. My German blog centres on Matthew 11:28-30. On my English blog I am dealing with 1 Corinthians 13. I am keeping my posts short. Perhaps you are looking for some inspiration on what to make of these Bible passages.

    Here are my links: (German).

  17. You are welcome to visit and subscribe to my blog, a blog designed to spread the Word of God through Christian articles, songs, videos, photos, prayers and much more.

    You are welcome to visit my new blog and give your suggestions. Simply Life Tips is a site designed to inspire people to live a successful life full of meaning and happiness. It’s a place to discover unique strategies and get the motivation to live a happy and successful life.

  18. I’m Solaris and I write poetry, creative writing and things that generally interest me.This year I’m going to focus on love as my main theme for posts, such as self-love and romantic love. I’m also going to stress on mental health and overcoming depression and problems in my posts. I hope to be able to encourage others and give them inspiration. I’m going to start frequently posting this year too. Hopefully every two days or so! This is a link to my blog:

  19. This blog is created to scribble down my feelings, my experiences, doses of inspiration, the motivation to face failures, and some of the things we face or see in daily life. The content is something which everyone can relate to, and is aimed to show different sides of the situation. Hope readers like it!!

  20. My name is Dru and I started a community blog called Word is Flesh. At Word is Flesh, we share honest, real, experiences of our faith walk and how the Word is becoming flesh in our lives. We share testimonies, book reviews, scripture studies, and offer a bi-weekly community topic for anyone interested in getting their name out there.

  21. Hello! My name is Taylor and I started Soul Sparkle to provide encouragement and spread the love of Jesus! It is a place where all are welcome. I share some of my own struggles and talk about raw and real day to day things. It is a place for the broken. The message is unconditional love and undeserved grace.

  22. My name is Nate and my blog is called “Fractured and Reformed”. The blog aims to provide a Protestant Christian, Reformed and Pro-Life perspective on issues in theology and ethics. I am, as the blog subtitle suggests, especially interested in bioethical issues such as abortion, assisted suicide and eugenics, and offering a clear, logically consistent and compassionate pro-life response. All of this is meant to serve and glorify the God who made us in His image, defines what is good, and offers the truest joy and redemption.

  23. Hello, I created a personal blog to document all the memories and thoughts, because at the end of the day these are just what will be left. I try to live each day so that I can share something sensible to inspire people.

    So if you have time, kindly visit or follow (if it’s not too much to ask). My blog is at

    Thank you! 💙

  24. Hi! I’m Sue. I have a second blog now. The purpose of this blog is mainly to write a book about the story of my life, my walk of faith, my failures, my marriage, and our failures and successes, etc. but for the purpose to help others who, like us, have gone through tough times, and have experienced abuse issues, morality issues, and marriage difficulties. It is honest, revealing, though not too detailed, but it also gives a message of hope and healing & some practical advice on what we can do to endure, to conquer, to survive and to be victorious. The blog title is “Walking Wounded.”

  25. My name is Rahul Gaur. I write poetry, fiction and non-fiction to soothe and sometimes rile up your soul.

    In these random impressions, and with no desire to be other than random, I indifferently narrate my factless autobiography, my lifeless history. These are my confessions, and if in them I say nothing, it’s because I have nothing to say. – Fernando Pessoa

    This sums up what the blog is about. Like Pessoa was able to put words to my thoughts, I hope I can do the same for you, reader.

    A good introduction to me would be:

    If you don’t want to click on that, feel free to come to my blog:

  26. My name is Alex, and I blog about youth ministry. My goal is to encourage excellence in youth ministry, and that usually involves challenging myself and my readers to think more deeply about our theology, our personal care, and other miscellaneous areas. You can check it out at

  27. My name is James Orvis and my heart is for history and intercession. We, as a people, swim in a cloudy fish tank full of historic offenses, judgments, counter-judgments, and unconfessed sins. We don’t even know what the clean water of forgiveness feels like. I’m praying through the history of my home state, Minnesota, representationally confessing historical sin that is still binding today. Under the authority of the Lord Jesus Christ I want to participate with Him to: Heal the past. Free the present. Bless the future.

  28. I’m Brady and I started His Divine Beauty because I wanted a place where anyone can be honestly distraught, happy, joyful, miserable or melancholy, without being questioned or made to feel as if they (or their situations) were hopeless. Nothing/No one is hopeless with Jesus, and lying/hiding to keep up a socially-accepted persona can become tiring. Beauty can be found everywhere, even in the craziest of situations, and I like spending my time finding and focusing on it!

  29. Hi, my name is Kitsy (childhood name from Catherine.) My recently redesigned blog is my 7th. All 7 have been to share what G-d reveals to me through life events, writings of others, and conversations…with Him as well as others. The bits I share often come from an alchemy of many ingredients.

  30. My name is Kathy Manis Findley, and my blog is entitled “God of the Sparrow.” The blog shares my deepest thoughts, desires, opinions and hopes. I hope to inspire individuals to fully live their lives. On any given day, my post may be a reflection on Scripture, an opinion on societal issues, a prayer, a personal story. You may find in my words grief, anger, peace, sadness, joy, celebration, mourning . . . Each post features a photo or a piece of art that illustrates the narrative.

    Visit “God of the Sparrow” at

  31. My name is Roberto and my blog / business site is I am a freelancer who specializes in cloud services like Office 365, Exchange, SharePoint and even I love working with churches as I want to help them leverage technology to spread the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Thank you for letting me share this info.


  32. My name is Cody and I started Bearded Theology because I was tired of hearing many say that they don’t need, or don’t understand, theology and history. I wanted to present biblical theology and history, from the ivory towers to the regular person. Every time we open our Bibles, begin reading, we are doing history and theology. These fields are not merely for the coke bottles glasses and bow tied guy out of touch with the regular church goer. Bearded Theology is for everyone.

    Head over to and find out for yourself.

  33. Thank you, Steven, for promoting others.
    My name is English, and my blog is called “Moments from Above.”
    I write about having a kingdom perspective in all things. We live in a broken world, but by having an eternal mindset, we can glorify and enjoy God now, while we are waiting on forever with Him.

    Please visit at

  34. My name is Jenny and my blog is entitled “PuttingHopeToWork – a journey to better understand the intertwining of Faith and Hope”. While Faith and Hope are a favorite topic, I also share a lot of my own personal story in overcoming the wounds of an abused and dysfunctional childhood, and deliverance from a pattern of abusive and controlling relationships. The world will tell you that once broken, always broken. But that is a lie! Jesus is BIGGER and He is more than able (and more than willing) to walk anyone out of their past and into the spacious and blessed life He has purposed for them. This is my story of putting my hope-filled faith in the promises and character of God to work.

  35. Thank you for providing this opportunity! As a survivor of mental, emotional, and spiritual abuse, I write about the importance of mental and emotional health, abuse awareness, and how to cultivate a culture of compassion, respect, and understanding. Life is full of grit, and it takes a lot of grit to get through it! Hence the blog name:

    I also write about cooking and baking, homeschooling (I’m a homeschool grad and plan to homeschool our kids), and parenting topics in general. I am a wife to a loving husband and mom of two rambunctious toddlers, so life is often topsy-turvy. I am a Jesus follower because I’ve experienced his deep love for me, and he’s where I find the grit to carry through. ❤

  36. Amber is the owner and creator of A Creative Newmie, a christian faith blog and gift shop. She is twenty-six years old and living with cystic fibrosis, a genetic, progressive, lung disease. She lives in Cincinnati, Ohio with her husband. It is her creative mission to guide you through your journey, help you discover yourself, and Make Your Mark! Believe you can achieve. God created you with a purpose. We can live courageously, becoming better versions of ourselves, or as I call it, a newmie. (new me)

  37. Hi everyone! I’m Vyvian, a Relode Agent who enjoys helping people find healthcare jobs. I post healthcare jobs along with my referral link several times a week. I also post articles on salary negotiation, resume writing, telehealth, side hustles, etc. You can visit my blog at>>>

  38. Loving God more fully all the time is the beat of my heart. As such, topics about God and the Bible, walking with God and hopefully, helping others to grow spiritually, flow most naturally.
    I also like to blog about health and fitness, humor, advice, travel, outdoor recreation, and motivational topics. If it will improve your life, or make it more enjoyable, it is fair game for me to write about.
    My blog site is my name:

  39. Hey God bless You, i am Christian who loves God, and Jesus Christ, my blog is filled with Audio, and video, and written articles to bless who ever may come to the blog, great to see so many others who love God, and are reaching out to other with the love of Christ, Thank you for making this available My is

    Laurence Torr

  40. Hey there,

    My name is Matt Boga and my blog is titled “Boga’s Blogs.” As the name would suggest, the blog consists of my own thoughts but with a focus on personal reflections, Christian living, scripture meditations, prayers, and–most recently–my favorite quotes from the books I’m reading as I finish them. I hope you enjoy!

  41. Hi Steven, thank you for this opportunity.


    I love thinking about, learning about, and conversing about God’s plan for us. I hope to uplift, edify, strengthen and enlighten others along the way with my journey and what I share.

    Where did we come from? Why are we here? Where are we going? All profound, important questions of the human soul. I explore the answers.

    Come learn with me about the brilliant, beautiful plan God has for us. It’s known as the Plan of Salvation, or Plan of Happiness. It involves an amazing Savior. It’s happening right now as we speak, and YOU are an active part of it!

    You matter! What you do with your life matters!

  42. My name is Shebah. My blog is It is a blog detailing my Christian journey, things I have been through and things that I am going through, plus lessons learnt and reviews of the latest Christian music; focusing on Faith, Love and Hope. Please do visit my blog. I hope you’ll be blessed as you read.

  43. Hello,

    I run The New Stoa over at There I explore philosophical ideas, current events, and things that generally interest me (mostly ancient philosophy, science, and sometimes personal anecdotes). The goal is to create a place which generates discussion surrounding these topics as I feel that active discussion trumps all other forms of knowledge acquisition whether it be writing about them or reading about them.

    Creating and fostering a community geared towards the open and earnest exchange of ideas is my primary goal, along with sharing my own personal thoughts and opinions. Thanks for your time and consideration.

  44. Hey guys, my name is Katie. I am a relatively new blogger. I have posted on here before, but I recently made some changes to my blog. My blog is designed for everyone who needs guidance, reassurance, advice, and someone to relate to. I have 3 sections: Maintaining Steadiness which are lessons I’ve learned from daily scripture reading, walking unsteadily which is about my daily life, and my newest section called for the alcoholic which is about my journey through recovery.

  45. Greetings! This is your Number One Brat, Vera Didenko, here to shamelessly plug in the blog of my life, “This, That, and Vera.” On TT&V, I share insight about what life is like as an independently living autistic adult with complex posttraumatic stress disorder (trust me; it’s not as bad as it looks, heh.) TT&V allows Dear Readers to laugh, cry, explore, and discover not only what I do, but to laugh, cry, explore, and discover about themselves as well. Trigger/Content Warnings are listed for specific posts, so reader discretion is advised. Thanks for reading, and I’ll see you soon!

  46. Hi my name is Pam. I started my blog Laughter and Perseverance as a way to express my feelings, thoughts, memories, my travels, some foods, quotes and random insights or thoughts. It was my way of sharing some life experiences. I’d love to know what you think but please don’t be too harsh. Take a look and follow me along my journey.😊 Thank you

  47. Rogue Millennials is a faith blog by Millennials about Millennials. We talk about how Millennials view and practice the faith different from previous generations. We talk about generational differences, we talk about Scripture and theology, we discuss churches and how they can reform, and we create a place for other Millennials to have their voices heard. Most Millennials leave regular church attendance behind, but most of us keep our faith – we talk about what that looks like!

  48. ‘In Other Words’ in short is my attempt to make sense of good advice. I vigorously study philosophy, psychology, theology, art, mythology, culture, science and much more; mining for beautiful words and artworks filled with wisdom. I sincerely hope that the ideas I have gathered will be useful to others, as they are to me.

    If you like it, follow it by popping in your name and email address on the site.

    I hope you gain something useful from your visit to ‘In Other Words’.

  49. Hi guys! This is Jennifer from Feeding on Jesus. God spoke to me about doing this blog in a dream — His vision for it is to provide bite-sized nuggets of life-changing truth that will allure you into deeper intimacy with Jesus. Stop by and ingest some of His bread fresh from the oven!

    (It will also load if you just type in

    The richest of blessings to you!


  50. My name is Amanda. I just started blogging because of advice from my therapist. I am an adult survivor from childhood sexual abuse and a recovering alcoholic. I started this blog recently for a place to share my story and write down thoughts about my journey. It’s primary purpose is to share my experiences and to find my own healing. It is meant to spread awareness and also give hope to another struggling person. It is called “The Women behind the survivor”

    My blog is:

  51. Hi Steven, my name is Mandy and my blog is called Discovering the Rainbows (An Invitation to Deepen your Relationship with God). I write weekday posts with a Scripture verse and a series of questions which invite and encourage people to think about who God is and the part He plays in their lives. I also publish a longer weekly post on a Friday morning about the little things in life. I am an author, writing Christian fiction and devotional material. Here is my blog address:
    Thanks for this opportunity to share my blog. God bless you

  52. Hi, my name is Natalya and I maintain a blog dedicated to education, with articles meant for both parent and teacher audiences. The views expressed in the blog reflect my own teaching experience and my research in education.

    Thank you for this opportunity to share my blog.

  53. Greetings! My name is Jonathan Best and I’ve started a blog on what I’m calling “Liminal Theology.” Liminal theology is a theology of uncertainty. Liminality is a threshold state, a state where all we know become questionable. This is a theology of transitions, highlighting the indeterminate and unknown. It is a perspective, one that considers the work-in-progress and mysterious nature that comprises much of society and nature. I’ll explore social justice, theology, and philosophical issues from the perspective of being “in-between.” It’s very much an evolving project. I hope to expand it into a larger work. Many thanks!

  54. My blog is called “Travelling Outside In” So much said is about the Outside. Less about the Inside. Here, we are giving some expression to the journey inside. Inside prison. Inside another culture. Inside our religious life. Inside the heart. Inside … (a feast of clichés?).

    I have lived and worked in various places: in UK, Pakistan, Nepal, Uganda, India, Haiti. I am now working for Hope Health Action, developing management information systems for Hôpital Convention Baptiste d’Haïti. As an Anglican Lay Reader, I am involved in preaching and leading services in church, in UK and in Haiti, and regularly lead a team into prison. Come Inside. Then things Outside will be seen…. differently.


  55. Hey fellow blogging family!
    My name is Katie. I started this blog a few months ago, but recently changed the name, layout, and other things.
    My blog focuses on my walk with God, the struggles that come along with addiction, and what’s going on overall in my life. You’ll also find a link to my testimony if that’s something that would spark your interest. After getting my first (and last) DUI in December (2 months after turning 21) I realized that maybe I needed to make a change. This blog focuses on how I make that change happen, and things I’ve learned along the way.
    My ground may not be steady, but when I’m walking on God’s ground, it’s a lot easier.

  56. My name is Jennifer & my blog is entitled “A JENuine Journey.” This blog, as the name insinuates, is a genuine look on myself and my journey through health and wellness. I first began this blog as a way to keep myself motivated through workouts, but quickly realized that sharing my writings has helped me to cope with many issues I’m currently dealing with in my life. I am hoping to continue writing both as an emotional outlet & motivation tactic.

    Check it out:

  57. Thanks for the opportunity to give you a brief description of my blog. Musings on Charisms of the Holy Spirit is a site that explores the ways that Christians can transform a lukewarm mediocre walk with God into a dynamic, fruitful, and fulfilling adventure. I write from the perspective of a lifelong Catholic who has experienced this transformation. I love to see people’s faith come alive when they discover the Holy Spirt and the many gifts that He distributes as He wishes. When a person identifies their charisms it turns serving others into a joyful, life-giving privilege.

  58. I hope you will enjoy my site with my comments about historical and current events, and my thoughts both spiritual and secular. I fell in love with reading in first grade, the day I discovered what those words meant in a little book about Dick and Jane and their little dog Spot. I’m a Sagittarius but it doesn’t matter because I am born again in Christ. I firmly believe there are no coincidences in life, and that we can allow God to profoundly affect our destinies as we intersect with others. Let’s enjoy one together right now!

  59. Hi Steven, My name is Elena and my blog is entitled “Life On The Daily.” My blog is all about helping, encouraging, inspiring, and giving hope to others, in the midst of this crazy thing called life. I encourage people to embrace who they are through truth. My blog is also through a Christian perspective. I’m delighted to have found your site, and think what you are doing is wonderful.

    Many Blessing, Elena

  60. It’s so great to see a community of passionate bloggers!
    I’m RaeAnn and my blog is called Live So Fully. I’m a college student who writes about adulting and “coming of age” from a Christian perspective. In John 10:10, Jesus said he came to give us life abundantly, and I think that gives us the freedom to make the most of every opportunity and truly enjoy life. Please feel free to check it out anytime. Thanks for this opportunity, Steven!

    God bless!
    ~ RaeAnn

  61. Hi my name is Mary, and my blog was started to help others.. Orphanages and missionaries in India, Africa, and Pakistan. It has been almost 3 years, and I am still trying to get it off the ground.. I have a heart to help others in need. God willing others will join me.

  62. Hi there. My name is Rulonda and my blog is called Musings of a Wanderer. I am a Christian who writes about following Christ while living with PTSD, depression, and anxiety. I also write about theology, Apologetics, and other things that inspire me. Please free feel to check it out anytime.

    Thanks for the opportunity to share, Steven! Blessings!

  63. Hi, my name is Cindy French and I write true life stories, that often are stranger than fiction about what God has done or is doing in my life. That regardless of circumstances or diagnosis, one can have peace and know that the Lord is going to do something fabulous through the darkness! I am 67 and have been blogging since 2009. I have had every organ operated on, caught some crazy bacterias, been blue more times than I can say, BUT I am still here! and with a smile on my face and singing Glory to God for all that He has done for me out of this!!!

  64. My blog … “Reaching into Plato’s Cave,” at … explores the tension between Christianity and the 21st century. I try to turn the Faith-versus-Science-debate into the Faith-and-science-dialogue. Given that I’ve spent nearly thirty years as a scientist and medical researcher, forty as a Christian, and am now completing a Master’s degree in theological studies, I think I’ve got more than a few things to say. Check out my blog archive to see the range of topics I’ve written on. Subscribe, and tell a friend or two who might like this kind of brain-and-soul candy!

  65. Hello. My name is Cynthia Williams Rhodes and I’ve been blogging for about 5 years. My blog is simply about life lessons I’ve encountered while just living. I like listening to people, hearing their stories, their viewpoints, and then I blog about what I learned from that exchange of words. I’m a singer/songwriter and have written some poetry. I just published my first book on Amazon entitled Life Lesson…It’s A Heartthang!. My website is

  66. Hi my name is Erin Ladybug I have been blogging for a month now my blog is called Erin’s Poetry its poems about some of my experiences and sometimes other peoples. I just thank God for blessing me with the ability to write and to share my voice with others. I believe words have power and I pray that my poems reach in peoples souls.

    My website is

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