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Top 10 Because of You!

Posted by on Jan 18, 2011 in blog links, personal | 5 comments

Top 10 Because of You!

Or, to put it in proper English, “Top 10 Because of Y’all!”

What am I talking about? My friend Dan at “The Ekklesia in Southern Maine” has named this blog one of his top 10. See his post “Top 10 of 2010: The Assembling of the Church.”

I am very appreciative that Dan would honor my blog like this. But, if you click on the link and read between the lines, you’ll see that my articles are not the only reason that Dan praises this blog.

Nope. In fact, several times Dan mentions the community here at “The Assembling of the Church.” That would be you guys and gals!

As I’ve said many, many times, the best thing about this blog is the fact that my readers interact with my articles and add their own “2 cents” to whatever I write.

I learn so much from all of you. (Yes, even you, Dan!)

So, thank you for being part of this blog and for being part of my life!


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  1. 1-18-2011

    FELICIATIONES! You are a well-deserving ‘Top Ten’ blogger in anyone’s category. Thanks for all the work you put in to making “assembling…” such a great place for all of us who love your thoughts and writings. Keep it up!

  2. 1-18-2011

    congratulations! I totally agree with Guy Muse … and Dan, of course! 🙂

  3. 1-18-2011

    Guy and Norma,

    Thank you… and thank you for being part of the blog community here.


  4. 1-18-2011

    Glad to help out. Ha ha! Congrats.

    One of the reasons you would make my top 10 as well is because of how you nearly always respond and reply to all the comments. That is so rare in the blogosphere. Of course, if your readership keeps growing, that will not always be possible.

  5. 1-19-2011


    I’m thinking that if the discussion in the comments increases, then I will probably decrease the number of posts that I write so that I can continue to interact with my readers.