This year – 2007 – was my first full year of blogging. (I started blogging in March 2006.) I have said, and still believe, that the best part about blogging is the interaction with many people, with many different perspectives, and many different experiences. I have learned from all of you, and I thank you for your continued interaction here on this blog.
The top five most read blog posts from the last year were:
- “The Church or the Organization?” (from March 30, 2007 – my 40th birthday)
- “Summary – Should elders/pastors be paid a salary?” (from October 10, 2007)
- “Ephesians 4:11 and the Five-Fold Ministry” (from April 17, 2007)
- “All people will know that you are my disciples” (from April 30, 2007)
- “How does God communicate?” (from March 6, 2007)
If you decide to read “The Church or the Organization?”, you should first read the post “What does a bishop oversee?” If you decide to read the post “Summary – Should elders/pastors be paid a salary?”, be sure to read the posts that explain each of my points, which I link to from the summary post.
I think the most enjoyable post for me was a post that I called “Please allow me to introduce myself” from August 10, 2007. In this post I asked my readers to introduce themselves. I enjoyed reading about you for a change. I’m excited that this post remains in my top ten most read posts of the year.
So, I want to end this “Year in review” by asking you to introduce yourself. If you are a new reader, or if you didn’t introduce yourself before, of if you simply want to introduce yourself again, please tell us about yourself. I hope you enjoy getting to know your fellow readers as much I enjoy getting to know them – both through this introduction, through their comments here, and through their blogs.
See you all in 2008.