Finding good reads in the sea of blogs there are online can be overwhelming! There are just so many! While I love a good fashion/beauty blog, sometimes I want to read a post that’s as pleasing to my soul as it is to my eyes. These ladies give me that! I love to find sisters in Christ that are sharing their stories and their advice that has blossomed from their Christian walks, and I thought I would share these inspirational bloggers with you as well! So snuggle up with a Chai tea (or a coffee if you roll that way) in hand and check these girls out!
Kristen Clark and Bethany Baird are the faces behind GirlDefined. These girls do it all! They manage a beautiful blog, have written four books, speak at conferences and even organize their own conferences for women! I’m so glad that God put such inspirational women as these on this earth to empower others with His word. I love that they talk about things that most Christian bloggers avoid talking about. They have a mission to “fight feminism” while lifting up women through Christ.
Courtney Toliver is a recent discovery of mine, and I am so happy that I came across her blog. I mean look at her! How pretty is this girl?! She seriously just has this glow about her that makes you want to be her best friend. Her blog focuses on fashionable ways to remain modest, and let me tell you, she rocks at it. Gone are the days when modest=frumpy. Courtney has set such a wonderful example for Christian women everywhere, and her style makes me want to switch to the skirted way of life!
Jordan Dooley is building a house for the Lord, and she’s doing a great job at it. Over on her blog, SoulScripts, she is reminding women that your brokenness is welcome in God’s kingdom. What an awesome message she is conveying! Her posts are filled with encouragement for those times when you feel like you just can’t recover, and her Instagram feed is a serious delight to scroll through.
Stephanie Wilson is a blogger who is especially dear to me. I read her book, The Lipstick Gospel, at a time in my life when God was not a priority to me. I was on the wrong path,and my relationship with Christ just didn’t seem important. Her book and blog assured me that I was still loved, even in my brokenness. Her writing makes you feel like you are reading a letter from your closest friend. You get the feeling that she truly cares for you and what’s going on in your life. The best part is, she really does. She’s been there. She struggled with faith, but she accepted that she was broken and that there was only one who could mend her.