I love the end of the year. Christmas, New Years and best of list all make an appearance and greet us with their goodness.
I decided to kick off the “Best of” list today (Friday) and will do another each Friday leading us up to New Years Day.
Today we look at the Top 5 Blog Post of 2009:
5) Twitter Follow Strategy
This post simply asked the question, what is your twitter follow strategy.
Gaining a lot of comments and views, this post opened up a conversation about getting followers on twitter and the strategy behind it all.
4) The State of Small Groups
This post was a four part series that dived into the state of small groups inside the church. Trying to get past the obvious, these post examined the idea of starting of being a community of friends before starting a small group or Bible study. My Grandpa even said something about this post.
3) The Drive that Got Away
Tiger Woods has been in the news over the last 3 weeks for just about everything he has ever done.
I wrote a post about looking at Tiger and then realizing that he is no different then me.
2) You are all alone if no one shows up
In August I wanted to do a prayer service online. I had been talking about it for a couple of days, asked for prayer request and then gave the link out to ustream for everyone to join in. No one showed up. I had a tough decision to make, do I still pray or just close the page and go back to doing something else.
1) Chapel, Actually it was an Assembly
This is the number one post on ThoughtsaboutNothing.com
Mainly because it is one of the more controversial post, as well as, it was featured on ChurchCrunch.com
I still hold pretty strong on this post, but I will say that I wish I could go back and re-write the post now. Most of it was written out of frustration, but it shows that I was pretty upset at the time.
These are the top 5 of this year.
Which one was your favorite?
Or is there one I missed?
Looking forward to another great year of blogging.