Most Popular Posts Of 2015

2015 leaving

It’s hard to believe, but 2015 is almost over.  What a year it has been.  I am so honored that you choose to share some of your precious time with me as we journey together.  Each person who reads this blog is committed to reaching the next generation with the message of Jesus in the most powerful and effective way we can.

I took some time to check out which of my posts were the most popular in 2015.  It was a banner year for this blog as we added thousands of new followers (and closing in on 30,000 total – crazy!).  Here are the TOP FIVE posts from 2015.

#1 Post of 2015:  “Are You Teaching Your Kids A False Gospel?”

#2 Post of 2015:  “A Children’s Pastor’s Response To The Supreme Court Ruling”

#3 Post of 2015:  “Parents Allow Four Year Old Boy To Become A Girl”

#4 Post of 2015:  “All About Time Change (Parody of ‘All About That Bass’)”

#5 Post of 2015:  “T.H.I.N.K. Before You Tweet”

Thanks to YOU!  You are the ones who “voted” by visiting and sharing these posts.  Continue to help spread the word.  Feel free to share on Facebook, Twitter, or anywhere you can!  God bless, and Happy New Year!  I can’t wait to see what God does in 2016!

I would love to hear from you!  What topics would YOU like me to cover in 2016?  Leave a comment here!  I will choose one comment at random to win a $100 Shopping Spree on our High Voltage Kids Ministry store (deadline is January 2, 2016)!

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3 thoughts on “Most Popular Posts Of 2015

  1. I love the encouragement and information received from your blog and all of the feedback posts! Thank you again! Happy New Year!

  2. Thanks for everything you do. This blog is awesome. I would love to hear about the priorities when first entering a new ministry and how to avoid being overwhelmed. What do you focus on changing and what do you focus on keeping the same when you first start a new position at a new church I mean? Hope that question makes sense. -Aaron

  3. First of all, great idea to do a top 5 post for the end of the year. I will probably do something similar on my blog. I would love to hear more on family ministry and equipping parents. These are some areas I am working on still. Thanks for all your great posts.