14 Christian Finance Blogs to Follow

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There are a lot of other good people doing similar things to what I do here at Money Help for Christians.  Today I want to briefly introduce you to some of those blogs in case you’re interested in adding other Christian finance blogs to your reading list.

This list doesn’t include every blog, and I’m probably going to forget someone (I’m really nervous about that – sorry if I forget you).  There are other great blogs, but this is the list of those I most closely follow.

14 Christian Finance Blogs to Follow

Christianpf – ChristianPF is the largest Christian personal finance blog.  It is the largest in terms of traffic and subscribers.  The blog currently has over 8,000 subscribers.  The three year old site is owned by Bob Lotich.  There are a half dozen staff writers (yours truly included) who help provide the daily articles published on the site.

Bible Money Matters – This blog has over 4,000 subscribers and has established itself within the Christian personal finance niche.  Peter Anderson, the owner, and a team of staff writers provide the content for that blog.

Gather Little by Little – This blog with over 3,000 subscribers posts sporadically.  It is owned by a group of folks, and Stew does all of the writing for the site.

Debt Free Adventure – A Christian blog that focuses on getting out of debt.  This blog is owned by Matt Jabs.

Rich Christian Poor Christian – Larry Jones offers some great perspective on the topic of finances.

One Money Design – Jason Price owns this blog and writes for it along with a few staff writers.  He shares solid and consistent daily articles.

Redeeming Riches – I really like the direction Jason Topp is taking this site.  He offers some great perspectives on Christian finance.

Personal Finance by the Book – Joe Plemon is a person I really respect (though I only know him online).  As such, I respect what he writes.

Provident Planning – Paul Williams is on sort of a hiatus for now.  However, I like reading Paul’s articles because I know he’ll challenge my thinking.

Dollars and Doctrine – Rob Kuban’s blog focuses on the biblical foundations of our finances.  I like that.

Faithful with a Few – Khaleef is the kind of guy I want to see succeed.  He is very hard working and produces a very high quality blog.

Matt about Money – Matt offers solid and practical advice on how to manage your money.

The Christian Dollar – John Frainee does an excellent job maintaining this site.  He offers helpful advice for Christians.

Faith and Finance – I’ve really enjoyed this blog.  Tim writes on a couple of other blogs too. I often find myself saying, “I like that article,” and then I find out that Tim wrote it.

What other blogs do you follow?  Want to recommend a blog?  Which ones did I forget?


  1. says

    Great list and summaries Craig! Thank for the encouraging compliment :)

    I also really enjoy reading FMF (www.freemoneyfinance.com), which posts about money and the Bible every Sunday.

    Also, be on the lookout for Free Money Wisdom (www.freemoneywisdom.com). Jon is doing great with this newer site!

  2. says

    Hey Craig – thanks for this list! Launched my blog a few months back and have been trying to track down other personal finance blogs with a Christian perspective. Love reading your insight – keep up the good work.

    • says

      Your welcome. Sorry, to give you the extra work of adding more blogs to your RSS :). I hope it will be worth your effort!

  3. says

    I am honored to be included in this list. Isn’t it great just knowing that all of these Christian bloggers are consistently writing life changing material that is impacting the world for Christ?

    • says

      It’s amazing to think about the reach that blogs have. Perhaps some time we could all combine our stats and see how many countries are represented in our daily reading lists. I think that between all the blogs there is probably at least one subscriber from every country in the world. That’s a humbling thought.
      Thanks for the comment.

  4. says

    Great List Craig, I agree with Joe – it really is cool that there are so many of us out there writing about a very important topic for the body of Christ!

    • says

      That’s such a good way to look at it. Since the topic is so important the more ‘voices’ there are the more likely it is that people will be able to find a blog that they can connect with.

  5. says

    Thank you for this great list of resources. It is comforting to know that there are so many like minded places where we can turn to for sound financial advice. Now I’m just curious to read up on what some of these blogs suggest I do in order to successfully start putting money away for my retirement.

    • says

      It is comforting to know that there are so many bloggers with a similar purpose and mission. I bet you’ll get different suggestions on how to start putting money away for retirement.

  6. says

    Thanks for the link love Craig! Lots of great sites here, most are on my regular reading list! I also am so glad to be a part of such a great group of christian PF blogs!

  7. says

    Hi There Craig,
    This is quite the resource for Christian Finance Blogs! It’s nice to see so many Christians getting out there to help others manage their finances! I’ll be adding them to my Neighbors page on Humbleville! Thanks for spreading the faith!
    Humbly Yours,
    The Mayor

  8. says

    Thanks for including me, Craig. I read a lot of these blogs regularly and always take away something helpful and encouraging. What I’ve also found is that this is a community that’s all about helping each other. I think it was Larry Burkett who said there’s no such thing as competition in the body of believers. Your post is proof of that, as are the bloggers you mentioned.

    • says

      Thanks for the reminder from Burkett.
      I do think each of these blogs have a unique approach and perspective. Thus, the focus needs to be on the type of contribution each is making to the kingdom of God. The unique way each blogger approaches the topic is a testimony to diversity of skills God has given to each of us.

  9. Melanie says

    I’m a lot later than everyone else, but there’s a great Aussie blog about Christian finances that I love. It’s called God’s Money Matters, and it has a lot of wonderful info. Worth a read!

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