Jan 3, 2020

Top 40 Children's Ministry Blogs and Websites to Follow in 2020

Feedspot recently released their top 40 children's ministry blogs and websites to follow in 2020.  Feedspot has a team of over 25 experts whose goal is to discover and rank popular blogs, podcasts and Youtube channels in several niche categories. With millions of blogs on the web, finding influential bloggers in a niche industry is a hard problem to address.  Their experience leads them to believe that a thoughtful combination of both algorithmic and human editing offers the best means of curation.

So without further a due, here are Feedspot's top 40 children's ministry websites and blogs to follow as we enter a new decade.  Check them out for great ideas, insight and inspiration.

1. relevantchildrensministry.com
2. aboutthechildrensdepartment.com
3. mrmarksclassroom.com
4. ministry-to-children: free children's ministry ideas
5. raftingthewordofgod.com
6. blog.dc4k.org
7. discipleblog.com
8. lifeway.com/kidsministry
9. churchleaders.com/children
10. childrensministry.com
11. blog.awana.org
12. futureflyingsaucers.com
13. topcoloringpages.net/blog
14. christianitycove.com
15. catholicblogger1.blogspot.com
16. flamecreativekids.blogspot.com
17. orangeblogs.org/orangeleaders
18. ministryspark.com
19. Jesus without Language
20. kidsinministry.org
21. superchurch.com
22. nickblevins.com
23. commanderbill.net
24. smallchurchkidmin.com
25. crossroadskidsclub.net
26. church4everychild.org
27. pastorronbrooks.com
28. kidminspiration.com
29. glenysnellist.com
30. revivalfire4kids.com
31. mattmo.org
32. bibledrivethru.blogspot.com
33. kidologist.com
34. trainupthechild.org
35. kidtrek-sundayplus.org
36. kidsariseministries.com/posts
37. brennaphillips.com
38. ptbump.com
39. itspastormatt.com
40. glenwoods.wordpress.com

What are some additional websites or blogs you follow?  Share them with everyone in the comment section below.


Thrilled to be featured here! Thank you!

Your welcome Glenys Thank you for the impact you have on so many kids and families for Jesus

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