May I direct your attention to "The Holy Cause", a Christian libertarian blog run by a missionary named Greg.
Here's something from Greg's brief bio:
Around 2004, I began to think seriously about some of the political ideas I held, both from a market perspective and a Christian perspective. Slowly it began to dawn on me that I did not fit into the political camp I had aligned myself with. The teachings of scripture, the workings of the market, and the growing police state all convince me of the error of that way of thinking. Thus I became a libertarian, specifically a Christian libertarian.
There's a lot to recommend on Greg's site, but these posts are particularly notworthy. "Torture In The Church" is a must-read. It has some alarming statistics on church attendance and approval of torturing terror suspects.
This post on Frederic Bastiat has links to the PDF's of almost all the relevant F.B. output. (I have a dachshund named Fred, in honor of this brilliant French economist.) Read Bastiat, and you'll never see a broken window, or The Stimulus Plan, in the same way.
Then there's the Christian Libertarian Blog Carnival, a more focused equivalent to my Libertarian Blog Carnival. Greg graciously posted something from this site on his blog carnival, but then cast some doubt on my salvation experience. (Hit the link)
A couple of days later, Greg felt obliged to add a disclaimer to the carnival, stating that he didn't endorse the content of every site he had published. Dunno who that was about.
I love this joke about the difference between Democrats and Republicans.
Greg spends a LOT of time finessing his list of Christian Libertarian blogs, and if he didn't nail it with this, I don't want to know about it.
Good site, with a good focus. Hope he keeps it up.