Top Five Posts of 2015

As my regular readers know, I don’t check the number of clicks on my posts during the year.  It’s for my own sanity, really.  I don’t want my creativity to be dictated by what people are clicking on.

At the end of the year, however, I make an exception and share the top ten posts of the year.  I’m grateful that 2015 has been a good year for my writing.  I got published at the Washington Post a couple of times, Fox News Opinion began regularly running my work, and I got the opportunity to be the interim editor for the Boundless blog (for those of you wondering where I find the time to do all of this writing, check out my post, “If You’re Wondering How I Write So Much“).

So without further ado, here are the most clicked-on posts of 2015:

  1. Before You Watch the Videos of the Virginia Murder
  2. What My Pastor Did About the Rowdy Kids at Our Church
  3. What if Autism Isn’t the Problem?
  4. The Life-changing “Drop Box”
  5. We Can’t Forget What We Saw Today

I hope you get a chance to check out these posts and some of the others I’ve written over the past year.  Thanks to all of you who take the time to read what I write, share it on social media, and think about it after reading it.  Happy new year!

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