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Top Ten Blog Posts of 2018

December 31, 2018 by

Happy New Year, Voices Blog Readers!

The numbers are in: here are the top ten blog posts of 2018. At least you, our readers, thought so, as these were the most-read posts published this past year. Thank you both to our bloggers and to our readers for many dynamic conversations throughout 2018. Here’s to many more in the new year!

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If you haven't read them all, you can catch up now.

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When his daughter was born this June, Derek Zimmerman wrote “Rainbow Child: Sun after the Storm,” about the experience of new life after losing their first baby.

9

In February, Ann Morrissey shared one of her favorite poems, “The Chief Thing” by Philip Britts, and discovered new meaning in it.

8

In May, Ian Barth asked: “Harry and Meghan: Should We Care?” It seems a lot of people did.

7

Food was popular this year. Norann Voll wrote on “The Lost Art of Crash Grazing” and why we should rediscover it.

6

Chris Zimmerman’s tribute to a friend, “Because of Dave,” dealt with loss, forgiveness and redemption.

5

Charles E. Moore responded to a popular Timothy Keller op-ed with “Christians Don’t Fit into the Political System. Period.

4

My Seven Sisters: Honoring the Women in My Life” by Norann Voll was the perfect piece to celebrate International Women’s Day.

3

A year after losing a baby, Brenda Snavely shared her “Thoughts on My Daughter’s First Birthday,” which touched many. 

2

In “Is This Church? Losing Table Fellowship,” Charles E. Moore challenged churches to move beyond Sunday mornings to a fuller expression of the Gospel.

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And Emily Hallock wrote what was our most popular post this year, a powerful tribute to her father, and “The Witness of Same-sex Attracted Christians.”

 


Thank you again, and Happy New Year from the Bruderhof Web Team.

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