The new Who in the World Are We? launched July 18, 2009 and it has been a bumpy half-year since then. I had underestimated the impact of starting the Ph.D. program at Talbot, resulting in a drop in growth after September. December started a slight upswing, which I will be diligent to nurture.
Here are the top 10 posts for 2009.
- Stop Pursuing Spiritual Growth
- How do you Balance Talkers and Listeners?
- When you say “church” what do you mean?
- Is there a place for doctrinal clustering?
- Recognizing the City Church that Already Exists
- Healing Second Order Theological Disagreements
- Struggling to Be Church: Halting Steps on the Journey
- Training in Ordinary Life: Gathering on the Way to Missional
- Rethinking Essential Ecclesiology: Whatness
- Insight: There are No Secular Vocations
Who in the World Are We? started off with 176 reads a month (71 absolute unique visits) and ended with 224 (107 absolute unique visits), after a high of 383 reads in September. Nearly 19% of the readers have visited more than 50 times. Nearly 24% spend at least one minute reading the posts. Overall for the year, 55% were returning readers and 45% were new.