Second Call: New Christian Blogs in 2012

A few weeks ago I invited new Christian bloggers (new in 2012) to leave a note here with their main URL and a link to their favorite post so far, so I could feature them here. I want to repeat that invitation in case someone missed it. It went like this:

It’s December, which means it’s time for my third annual New Christian Blogs feature. I’ve had a great time with this the past two years, getting to know new bloggers and spreading the word to others.

If you or someone you know has started up a Christian blog in 2012, please leave a comment here with a link to one great post from there this year. I’ll link to all new Christian blogs and write featured reviews on several of them in January.

I’m administratively challenged, so I have some simple requests that will make it a lot easier for me.

  1. Please leave your blog information in a comment here on this thread. I will not keep track of any blogs mentioned anywhere else.
  2. To be more specific, if you decide to use Facebook to inform me of a new blog, that information will simply fade off into electronic oblivion.
  3. Please include a link to a specific blog post. I will only review your blog if you point me to an entry you want me to check out. (It’s not easy to review an entire blog without some recommended starting point, and since I expect to do a lot of these, I need you to help me out that way.)

If the blog began before January 1 of this year, there’s room for some grace. This really is for newer blogs, though, and I don’t mean just new to me, but actually new. It’s also strictly for recognizably Christian blogs, and of course I have to reserve the right to decide what and what not to feature.

So send those links. I look forward to hearing from you!


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