The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2015 annual report for this blog. I am excited to share that out with everyone here. May God prosper you all for the coming year of 2016! Great things are in store! Book “Rebuilt” coming soon!
I must say-All the glory belongs to You God!
Thank You God! I would have never been able to write these things without Your very presence in my life. You have changed me. You have covered me and You have challenged me this year in every way to excel. As I write these words You see them!!! Even before as Psalm 139 declares!
Many thanks to all the faithful readers and those who encouraged me to write MORE! You helped support this page, shared this out and continued to provide great feedback! I am forever grateful.
Details of Top blogs via this report were:
My best blogs that I enjoyed writing this year were:
My best things for 2015 are also outlined here.
- We Will Not Be Shaken by Bethel Music
- Toma Tu Lugar – En Vivo featuring Marcos Brunet
- Serenity, A Companion for 12 Step Recovery with New Testament
- Isaiah – Old Testament
- What Your Heart Needs for the Hard Days by Holley Gerth
- The Mended Heart by Suzanne Eller
- New Day New Me Recovery Journal by Mike Shea
- Four Doors by Richard Paul Evans
- Identity Retreat
- The launch of JusChrist4 blog page
- Milestone Birthday – 40 Rocks
- Summer in Long Island – Ocean of Possibilities
- Our trip to meet Ezrabella Mendez in Florida
- Trip to Bayard Cutting Arboretum
- Trip to Ohio to see my family
- God is Not Dead Youth Retreat
- Kingdom Generals Retreat
- Preaching the Gospel at MUI Church
- Meeting Femi Adun from the UK
Below are the statistics from WordPress in the bottom link. I encourage you to sift through and see for yourself.
Again, thank you all! It certainly has been some year! I am geared up for writing further for 2016 and more…
Here’s the WordPress excerpt:
A New York City subway train holds 1,200 people. This blog was viewed about 4,900 times in 2015. If it were a NYC subway train, it would take about 4 trips to carry that many people.
“At least there is hope for a tree:
If it is cut down, it will sprout again,
and its new shoots will not fail.”