Around twenty-seven thousand people racked up nearly one hundred thousand views of this blog in 2016. If you were one of them, thank you! Since there are no advertisements on my site, I don’t profit from any of the content. And so, if you’ve profited from what I’ve written, please consider purchasing a book (or two or three!) that I’ve written.
Here’s a quick breakdown of what happened on my blog this year:
- An All-New Design: A little over halfway through the year, Megaphone Designs created an all-new blog design. If you’re in need of a blog or website, I highly recommend their services.
- Apologetics Was the Top Topic: Almost twenty percent of the visits to my site in 2016 related to family ministry, another twenty percent had to do with posts about racial reconciliation, while one-fourth of the visits came from people looking for content related to apologetics.
- Posts on Writing Were Disproportionately Popular: The two posts that were far more popular than I anticipated had to do with writing—one on how to use Evernote to write a book and another on my favorite pens and notebooks.
My intention in the upcoming year is to produce three blog posts every week. One will focus on apologetics, one will be related to family ministry, and the other will alternate between pastoral leadership, writing, racial reconciliation, and the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
I look forward to interacting with you in the upcoming year! If you’re a regular reader of this blog, please make comments on posts that you find helpful.
The Most Popular Posts of 2016
Discuss in the Comments:
What were your favorite posts of 2016? What do you wish I’d write more about? Let me know if there’s a topic you’d like to see featured on my blog!