Top church blogs by minority leaders

The ethnic diversity among American church leaders sometimes gets obscured by only looking at numbers and rankings. America is now more than one-third (non-white) minorities. There’s not yet a similar ratio on those “top” lists. (Not that there’s anything wrong with that.)

This is a list of blogs by non-white ethnic leaders in the American church (cf. ChurchRelevance’s Top 100 Church Blogs):

Apologies for any oversight–this list is not comprehensive. I searched for active blog (at least 1 new post in the past month) or a domain name or using fuzzy logic. And someone oughta put a top blog list for women church leaders, right Sherry?

By the way, the Multi-Ethnic Church Conference 2010 will be a national gathering of historic significance. This November 2-3 in San Diego. I do urge all church leaders to be present and counted as our country diversifies as does the blogosphere.

Please add more via the comments below. Thanks for collaborating.

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27 Responses

  1. Cynthia says:

    Hopefully Bianca Juarez (In the Name of Love) will be on this list by next year.

  2. Jenni says:

    dj! thanks for all the links here & for including me. humbled and honored 🙂

  3. Bianca says:

    Thanks for adding me on that list, DJ! Cynthia always has kind words to say 🙂

  4. Jack Lumanog says: – Filipino-American senior pastor in the Anglican Mission in the Americas

  5. Thanks for including me in your “not white” list. Being a half breed I get neglected sometimes (;

    Seriously though, to be included in any list you are compiling is an honor.

  6. DJ,

    Thanks bro. I am genuinely honored by this.

    Grace + Peace