The number one post of 2020 (by far)

I don’t regularly 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 five most-read posts.

The top-read post was about my wife, who is constantly teaching me about a deeper life with Jesus — and she’s not even trying. To her credit, in 2020, she survived me taking a new job, her starting seminary, COVID-19 drama, and us moving twice in ten months.(I dedicate this year’s blog posts to you, honey!).

Without further ado, here are the five posts that caught readers’ eyes. Check them out and check out my book, “Confessions of a Happily Married Man,” which hit the shelves in 2020.

  1. My wife’s response to the coronavirus was so irritating — at first
  2. My siblings died and my dad sang this song
  3. The racially tinged comment about my wife: a lesson in forgiveness
  4. 50 wonderful Christian quotes
  5. I found Jesus in Mr. Rogers’ Neighborhood

Thanks to all of you who take the time to read what I write, share it, and send so many encouraging notes. I really appreciate it.  Happy new year!

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