Top 5 Posts of 2011

As I close out 2011, I thought I would share my top 5 posts of 2011.  Many bloggers that I follow participate in this sort of tradition (Tentblogger, Churchmag), while others like Tony Morgan and Jon Acuff count down individually their top posts over the last week of the year.  I thought I would start that tradition for myself.

Here we go:

  1. Summer Missions Trip 2011 – this was actually not a page, but it was the holding ground for all of my posts for my summer missions trip.
  2. Pskov Sunday Church
  3. Reality on the Streets of Athens (Part 2)
  4. Review: EcoSystem Notebook
  5. ABF Does Community Wellness

I think it is really cool that my top three posts were based off of my spring and summer mission trips this year.  If you missed these posts, check them out.  If you read them when they arrived in your inbox or directly, I'd love for you to revisit them.

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Hope you had a good 2011!

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