According to WordPress I have now posted 200 articles on this site since I started almost a year ago. To mark the occasion I’ve listed my ten most popular posts so far below. David Cameron’s Easter Speech is still top having gone viral back in April. After that, due to the site’s rapidly increasing readership, most of these top posts have been written fairly recently; in fact the number six slot is filled by the Women bishops post, which is less than a week old.
- David Cameron’s Easter message
- How much aid does the UK government give to countries where Christians are persecuted?
- You’ve read Cameron’s Easter speech, now read President Obama’s
- Have we shut out the poor from Christian festivals?
- Loaded Magazine’s ex-editor condemn’s lad mag culture in act of repentance
- Women Bishops – an honest reflection
- Justin Welby – new Archbishop of Canterbury – this is your moment
- Being a Christian doesn’t make me stupid
- Green Party’s shocking decision as it expels Christian councillor
- Can murder ever be justified?
Other than keeping an eye on how much different posts are being read. It’s not always easy to gauge what people think of what I write. I would be very grateful therefore if on this occasion you might be willing to leave a comment giving some feedback on any of my posts you’ve found particularly interesting, challenging or thought-provoking. Hopefully as I continue to write, I’ll be able to up my game further, whilst at the same time trying my best to honour God through what I’m doing.
Also, just quick reminder that until December 10th you have the chance to win a signed copy of Cross Roads, the new novel by Paul Young, author of global best seller The Shack. More details in this post.
Once again thank you for visiting this blog and taking the time to read my thoughts. I know there are a few people who have read almost all of my posts, and to you an especially big thank you.