Top 20 Network Blogs of 2020


Curious which Network blogs received the most views in the past year? Here are the top 20 (ranked by page views). 

  1. Beyond Thoughts and Prayer written by Colin Watson 

  2. JWWM: Jesus Would Wear a Mask written by Scott Hoezee 

  3. 8 Things for Church Leaders to Consider as Things Re-open written by Sean Baker 

  4. Turning Children’s Ministry Upside Down written by Mimi Larson 

  5. Maybe What We Need Most Right Now Is a Bedtime Song written by Karen Deboer 

  6. Talking to Kids About the Coronavirus written by Ron VandenBurg 

  7. "Censorship" on The Network written by Kristen Vanderberg 

  8. White Friends, We Are Getting This Really, Really Wrong written by Eric Nykamp 

  9. How Your Children’s Ministry Can Emerge Stronger and Better After COVID-19 written by Mimi Larson 

  10. A Quieter Easter written by Scott Hoezee 

  11. Does Worshiping at Home Feel Awkward? You’re Not Alone written by Sandy Swartzentruber 

  12. Shepherding the Children of Your Church in Difficult Times written by Mimi Larson 

  13. COVID and Council: A Simple Tool for Better Group Conversations written by Sean Baker

  14. Human Sexuality Report: Challenging Conversations Toolkit written by Sean Baker

  15. COVID and Council: The Conversation You’re Dreading Is the Opportunity the World Is Waiting For written by Sean Baker 

  16. Why Your Pastor Hates Pandemics (Are You Really Leaving the Church Over Masks?) written by Sean Baker  

  17. The NBA Is Better at Lament Than We in the CRC Are written by Eric Nykamp 

  18. Dear Children's Ministry Workers written by Mimi Larson 

  19. Taking a Mulligan: Youth Ministry in Fall 2020 written by Ron DeVries 

  20. 10 Questions for Coping With COVID written by Cindy Verbeek

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