Top 10 Posts of 2009

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.

  1. Stop Pursuing Spiritual Growth
  2. How do you Balance Talkers and Listeners?
  3. When you say “church” what do you mean?
  4. Is there a place for doctrinal clustering?
  5. Recognizing the City Church that Already Exists
  6. Healing Second Order Theological Disagreements
  7. Struggling to Be Church: Halting Steps on the Journey
  8. Training in Ordinary Life: Gathering on the Way to Missional
  9. Rethinking Essential Ecclesiology: Whatness
  10. 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.

Thanks to all the readers, especially those who engaged in conversation on the blog, Twitter, or Facebook.

About Laura

My name is Laura and I am on a journey, pondering the implications of God's glorious design of humanity and integrating every aspects of this design into a description of whole life health.
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