January’s top posts

star.jpgWell, January is over — in Greenwich, England, and WordPress keeps their stats on Greenwich time, so it’s time for the month-end summation.

January had over 10,000 views, compared to December’s previous record of over 6,300! I’m really surprised to have had a 60% increase in one month. I’m not really sure what’s driving the growth, but I’m pleased that someone else finds this stuff interesting.

Here are the top posts for January.

By the way, the post on income taxes for missionaries is down for repair. I hope to have it back up next week sometime.

Index 274
Upgrading a Church of Christ Worship Ser 228
About the Author 219
<i>A Plea to Reconsider</i>: Introductio 138
Books by Jay Guin 134
Communion Meditation: A Lesson from an E 125
The Gospel According to Luke, Chapter by 109
<i>A Plea to Reconsider</i>: Must We Hav 107
The New Perspective: Where Are the Dead 107
Youth Ministry: A Needed Course Correcti 101
2008 Pepperdine Lectureship 98
A Communion Meditation Reflecting on the 97
<i>A Plea to Reconsider</i>: Abusing Res 94
Amazing Grace 91
Amazing Grace: Now that We’re Saved (the 85
U.S. Income and Employment Taxes for Mis 84
Research Materials 83
Do We Teach Another Gospel? 81
<i>A Plea to Reconsider</i>: Must We Hav 73
<i>A Plea to Reconsider</i>: A Return to 71
<i>A Plea to Reconsider</i>: What’s Not 67
Instrumental Music 63
Church Growth: Worship 63
Blue Like Jazz: Lesson materials 58
How do I know if God has called me to a 58
Church Growth: Evangelism, Part 1 54
Church Growth: The Crowd 50
Church Growth: Adaptability 50
Communion Meditations 49
Church Growth: Details and the Devil 48
The Future of the Progressive Churches o 48
The Prostitute, the Pharisee, and the Pr 47
But If You Do Marry … 47
Church Growth: Thoughts on Advertising 47
Church Growth: Leadership Styles 47
Born of Water 46
Communion Meditation: God’s Great Banque 45
Student missionaries trapped in Kenya 44
The Question of Silence 43
Church Growth: <i>The Christian Chronicl 42
What’s Wrong With How We Do Church?: Wil 42
On Navigating this Site 38
The Holy Spirit and Revolutionary Grace 37
Church Growth: Moderation 36
Amazing Grace: Now that We’re Saved (ref 35
Grace and How We’ve Taught It Wrong 34
Entertainment, Applause, and Worship 34
<i>Blue Like Jazz</i> lessons 33
Communion Meditation: The Christian Pass 33
Amazing Grace: Now that We’re Saved (the 32
Buried Talents 30

About Jay F Guin

My name is Jay Guin, and I’m a retired elder. I wrote The Holy Spirit and Revolutionary Grace about 18 years ago. I’ve spoken at the Pepperdine, Lipscomb, ACU, Harding, and Tulsa lectureships and at ElderLink. My wife’s name is Denise, and I have four sons, Chris, Jonathan, Tyler, and Philip. I have two grandchildren. And I practice law.
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