Major weblog posts from 2018


Thank you to all our faithful readers! We are constantly glad to hear from you about the items we publish right here in our on-line space and also in print.

1 way we get to hear from readers is by counting the quantity of instances persons view unique weblog posts. It aids us to know what’s well-liked, despite the fact that that is not the only criteria we use when preparing future articles and posts.

From time to time what’s well-liked is a pleasant surprise (two articles in our prime ten are about disability problems) and often it is no surprise (our most-study post is nevertheless an short article on pornography from 2016).

With out additional ado, right here are the posts from 2018 that have been study by the most persons. (For these who geek out on techniques, these stats are not super-scientific since they do not include things like visits to the weblog homepage, which make up most of our visitors.)

10. Report from the Parliament of the World’s Religions. Veteran ReligionWatch columnist James Beverley wrote about a big international conference in Toronto just a couple of weeks ago, but it has currently created it into the prime ten.

James Beverley at the Parliament of the World’s Religions in Toronto in November.

9. So, I married a pastor’s kid. A reader named Michael Fleming submitted this quick reflection, and it naturally struck a chord with lots of persons.

eight. A new way to engage with Lent: Commit to care for creation.
Karri Munn-Venn of Citizens for Public Justice wrote about her pledge to cut down the quantity of unnecessary packaging and waste she was bringing into her residence.

Dave Addison is executive director of Toronto City Mission.

7. A story of faithfulness with Canada Summer season Jobs. Dave Addison of Toronto City Mission shared an awesome testimony about how God has supplied financially in a difficult circumstance.

Bill Fledderus, age 21

six. What do you try to remember about the years suitable following higher college? This reflective post by FT editor Bill Fledderus introduced new national study on the location of faith in the transitional experiences of young adults following higher college.

five. Send your pastor out to dinner and On meals, theology and a entertaining contest. We grouped these two posts collectively since they are about the similar well-liked contest we ran to show appreciation for pastors.

four. Ten Commandments of a disability-friendly church. Stephen Bedard, an Ontario Baptist pastor with a specific interest in disabilities, shared some useful strategies.

Chantal Huinink

three. Does everyone belong in church? Chantal Huinink of Christian Horizons shared the Everyone Belongs supplies that Christian Horizons delivers to churches that want to organize a specific worship service to celebrate the contribution of persons with disabilities

Eugene Peterson

two. Remembering Eugene Peterson, and also his wife Jan. The death of the author of the well-liked Bible paraphrase The Message led FT editor Karen Stiller to reminisce about meeting the Petersons throughout her years at Regent College.

Julia Cheung

1. A Christian tackles direct advertising residence parties. Freelance journalist Julia Cheung reflected on the queasy feelings she’s had when somebody invites her to a sales celebration, and the 3 circumstances she has decided on that need to be met prior to she attends.

What would you like to see on our web site or in our print magazine in 2019? Please let us know anytime at [email protected]. Thanks for reading.

P.S. You can also verify out our prime posts from 2017.


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