Whether its daily or weekly, we love blog post that rounds up the best content every Christian would love. Videos, freebies, articles, promos, webinars etc. they have it on one post. To make sure you wont miss a thing, I recommend that you sign up on their e-mail newsletter (if its available). Now lets roll 5 Christian blog with the best curated content post:
1.) Ala Carte by Tim Challies – its no suprise it on the list. This one of the popular round ups post from a popular Christian blogger. Its a eclectic mix of links Aside from the daily post, it has this weekend special that you’ll sure love.
2.) Links I Like by Aaron Armstrong- one of my favorite bloggers, Aaron (like Tim Challies) faithfully post curated content on a regular basis? The choice links are the best! http://www.bloggingtheologically.com/category/links/
3.) Breakfast Blend by Nicolas McDonald – this feature belonging to the blog, Scribble Preach helps readers cultivate writing, reading, and creativity aside from the regular things you can find on a curated content post. I get to post some of it on my Facebook. Enjoy it being served on you inbox. http://scribblepreach.com/category/uncategorized/
4.) Links to Make You Think and Grow by Kevin Halloran- another blog which I enjoy through e-mail is KevinHalloran.net. Living up with the title, Kevin Halloran dishes out links that surely make you ponder. http://www.kevinhalloran.net/category/links/
5.) Social Media Highlights by Ligonier Blog- as the title suggest, this is a weekly round up of updates on the Ligionier Ministry posted on Facebook and Twitter. Still it delivers the punch of interesting and useful content. http://www.ligonier.org/blog/
What other blogs do you know that has curated content post? Please mention it on the comment section.
Marianito “Nitoy” Gonzales is a 30 something blogger who wears many hats. But his passion is to preach the gospel and make God know to all men. He blogs at Delighting Grace (https://delightinggrace.wordpress.com). You can reach him on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Tumblr.