Did this year fly by or what?
It sure feels that way for me. As is natural, I’m taking some time to look back and to also look forward. Yesterday, I shared one of my prominent hopes for the upcoming year.
I’ve also been looking or rather, reading back some of the stuff I’ve written this past year. Thanks again for reading the blog and for journeying along with me. I’ve thankful for your support, encouragement, and prayers.
My blogging this past year – with intention – slowed down noticeably as I needed to focus on getting One Day’s Wages off the ground but in the upcoming year, I’m hoping to be more consistent with my blogging.
Anyway, for those that want to take a trip back memory lane, here are my…
10 most read posts of 2010
More search engine searches on basketball players but this was the most read post of this past year. I’m not sure if Kobe will ever break into my top 5. Nor Lebron.
It was a painful post to write but probably one of the most important ones I can share with others – especially with those who are in leadership. Read it and pass it on.
Self-explanatory. I got so much push-back on this post but I didn’t really write anything.
Written around the time of the entire Lebron hoopla and his decision to take his talent to South Beach.
I didn’t quite endear myself to fans of UFC and MMA and probably those that pledge loyalty and allegiance to macho men driven leadership.
“I beg you, look for the words ‘social justice’ or ‘economic justice’ on your church Web site. If you find it, run as fast as you can. Social justice and economic justice, they are code words. Now, am I advising people to leave their church? Yes!”
How Yoga and Mark Driscoll can create so much buzz, I will never understand…but it did.
There’s this constant tension because I want it to feel right. I want them to feel right. I want to feel right…I want to be right.
And maybe that’s the whole point. Maybe there’s something about following Christ that just doesn’t feel right.
Two Words: Anne Rice
I suppose some of you won’t be inviting me over to your house for Thanksgiving.