Christian Web Trends Top 10 posts of 2009

Written by Paul Steinbrueck

Christian Web Trends previous designIt’s been an eventful year here on Christian Web Trends.  We did a redesign, added several new widgets, and installed IntenseDebate comments.  Believe it or not a year ago we were only posting once a week, and now we’re posting just about every weekday.

We did some interesting series including the recently concluded series about online churches, the Trust Agents group blog project, and the Social Networking Round Table.

But what I’m most thrilled about is the increased engagement here with you.  We had more visitors, more comments, and more guest posts in 2009 than in the previous 3 years combined.

So, I want to conclude 2009 by thanking you for being a part of the conversation – for reading, for contributing your thoughts, insights and perspective.  I hope we’ve informed and inspired you in 2009.  And we hope to do even more to inform and inspire you in 2010.

So, let’s wrap this up by taking a look back at…

Christian Web Trends top 10 posts of 2009

10) Online Church Part 3: Are Online Sacraments Legit?

9) Join the Trust Agents group blog project

8 ) More on Why Willow Creek and Saddleback and Losing Influence while North Point and are Gaining Influence

7) Church Promotes Twittering During Sermon

6) Online Church = Online Sex

5) The honest truth about blog comments

4) Online Church Part 5: Is Genuine Community Possible?

3) After Halloween, The Top 5 Pagan Holidays Ripe for a Christian Takeover

2) Online Church Part 1: What is a Biblical Church?

And the #1 post of 2009…

1) Why Willow Creek and Saddleback are Losing Influence While North Point and are Gaining Influence

About the author

Paul Steinbrueck

Paul Steinbrueck is co-founder and CEO of OurChurch.Com, husband, father of 3, blogger. You can follow him on Twitter at @PaulSteinbrueck and add him to your circles at Google+ as +Paul Steinbrueck.


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