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Six Benefits of Being A Christian Blogger

Christian bloggers have the unique opportunity to fulfill the great commission of Jesus Christ in Mark 16:15, which stated that we should go into all the world and preach the gospel to every creature.

We can remain in the comfort of our homes and spread the good news of the gospel of salvation all over the world.

As stated in one of my posts, this blog receives visitors from over 115 countries in the world.

Although spreading the gospel and the love of Christ is the most significant advantages of being a Christian Blogger, here are six other great benefits.

  1. Motivation to spend quality time studying the Word of God.

The Bible states that as believers in Christ we need to study to show ourselves approved unto God.

We cannot forget that a transformed mind is one that is renewed with the Word of God and being obedient to the Holy Spirit. Becoming the oil and wine is all about nonconformity to this world.

2. Daily encouragements

By encouraging others with the Word of God will also, in turn, uplifts your spirit. It is so important when you learn to encourage yourself in the Lord.

3. Connecting with other believers in Christ.

Blogging is an excellent avenue to meet Christians from all over the world to fellowship and encourage each other.

The COVID-19 pandemic highlighted the value of blogging when we were confined to our homes. There is no distance in the cyber world.

4. Sharing your testimony.

Sharing your life experience and testifying about the miraculous power of God in your life is tremendously beneficial to the Christian bloggers.

Your blog becomes the place where you can release your feelings in a healthy way.

5. Building your profession

If you are a Christian Author creating a blog is one of the best ways to share your books and to improve your writing skills.

As a motivational speaker or evangelist, blogging can help you to market yourself and acquire speaking engagements all over the world.

6. Boost a healthier lifestyle

Blogging teaches you commitment and patience.

You have a responsibility to deliver a post to your viewers at the specified time that they are expecting it and this requires commitment.

Your blog may not become an overnight sensation as soon as you begin, but with patience and hard work, you will reap a great reward if you faint not.

And let us not be weary in well doing: for in due season we shall reap if we faint not. (Galatians 6:9)

Additional References: 2 Timothy 2:15; 1 Samuel 30:6;

Share with us some of the benefits that you have gained since you began blogging.



  1. Because of blogging I remain busy and I don’t have time for tension. My believe in god is increasing by reading about god every day. I can share my views freely. I can know people across the world. We can know each other and our cultures. Thanks Beverley for such a fantastic post.🙏🙏🙏

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    • As you continue to blog and visit other blogs you will develop friendship. I wish you all the best and I pray that God will take you to the next level.


  2. Thank you for this post, it is encouraging. I just started my blog in March for the very reasons you list here. It is bringing me closer to God’s word and I am sharing my experiences in hopes to bring others into close relationship with Him.

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    • Congratulations on your blog. It is truely a rewarding and satisfying feeling knowing that you are sharing the gospel to the world in obedience to the Lord. Keep up the good work.


  3. You have hinged on a truth i thought was my internal thought; that if kept my blogging consistent, i would reap a character trait i have admired from far, that is, patience and commitment. Now i have it, but through the grace of God.
    Thank you for your simple buy yet invaluable insights.

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  4. Wow, what a powerful message! I agree that Christian blogging is an awesome and smart way to spread God’s word. Evangelizing to people and just inviting them! I do the same thing in my blog 🙂 God bless you and have a great day ❤

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  5. Thank you this was really encouraging! I just decided to start blogging. I’m started one as a devotional christian blog and another as a way to explore questions of life with those who are seeking meaning and truth in their life ( )
    I was feeling unsure about doing this but I am thankful I read your post and I feel motivated to not give up and work hard!

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  6. I loooove this! As a Christian blogger, it can be hard at times to maintain consistently writing posts and whatnot, but this is such an encouragement that our work is for a much greater purpose.
    Keep up the great words. Blessings.

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  7. It is nice to be able to sit at home and still have a good message to blog about to share with friends, family and others who run across it. Thank you for this post. It reminded me of the goodness of blogging as a Christian.

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  8. This post was incredibly thought provoking and after reading your call to action, I found myself writing a mini blog in your comments. I would say a benefit of including the faith in my blog is that is that I really enjoying doing it. I find that the more I seek God, the more I want to talk about Him. It has brought me joy to be able to include my faith on my blog since I never really used my blog to talk about God. I now see it as a way that God can use me and it feels like a blessing. It is a blessing to speak about God.

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