Top 10 Missional Posts in 2013

00 I started blogging in March 2010. My first few posts were quite whiny. I started out yacking about whatever front-of-the-lobe-ideas I had on the church. The tone of my posts were bloated with ideation and mere opinion. I have to confess they weren’t extremely helpful. It was my wife that pushed me to move beyond pontificating on ideas and instead write about what we were learning on the ground; the good, the awkward and the ugly. Thanks to her, in the end of 2010 my blog took on a narrowed focus. I began scribbling solely on dynamics piloted and practiced in mission, community and discipleship from our minimalistic approach. This has limited the voice of my blog but I’m grateful. I’m a newbie when it comes to throwing my thoughts into the cyber circus but 2013 was good year. This December the blog hit 70,000 reads since March 2010 with the majority of them being in 2012 and 2013.   The following posts received the most traffic in 2013 1. The Subterranean Life “We need to upend the flight of radical that is bored  with the mechanics of being vitally ordinary.” 2. Hero-Complex in Discipleship “No matter what tool you employ in discipleship, it must […]