Top 30 Church Tech Blogs

June 11, 2013 — 5 Comments
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The results are in and ChurchMag’s list of top church tech blogs for 2013 has been released. This year there was more competition than ever before and the result is an expanded resource of 30 great websites which combined technology and faith.

ChristianDroid is proud once again to have made the list of the top 30 church tech blogs as determined by ChurchMag. Congratulations to all the sites that make up this years top 30.

ChurchMag’s Top 30 Church Tech Sites

  1. churchstagedesignideas.com
  2. vickybeeching.com/blog
  3. churchm.ag
  4. churchmarketingsucks.com
  5. churchjuice.com/blog
  6. dustn.tv
  7. youthministrymedia.ca
  8. 78p.tv
  9. communicatejesus.com
  10. churchtechtoday.com
  11. donteatthefruit.com
  12. christiandroid.com
  13. churchtecharts.org
  14. chipdizard.com
  15. mattmckee.me  
  16. roar.pro/news
  17. faithengineer.com
  18. trinitydigitalmedia.com/blog
  19. nilssmith.com
  20. techgeekministries.com
  21. votivepraise.com
  22. socialmediachurch.net
  23. churchtechy.com
  24. godvertiser.com
  25. tecnoiglesia.com
  26. ichurchmethod.com
  27. churchwebstrategies.org
  28. jonedmiston.com
  29. geekrev.com
  30. joshburns.net/blog

I encourage you to take some time and visit some, or all, of these sites. They are full of great information and are all run by people who love combining their faith and technology.

A special thanks to our friends at ChurchMag who take the time each year to develop this list for all of us to explore and enjoy.

via ChurchMag

5 responses to Top 30 Church Tech Blogs

  1. John Rajeshkumar June 11, 2013 at 6:11 am

    21 – there’s a typo

  2. Congratulations to all the blogs on the list!

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