Top 20 Network Blogs of 2021

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

  1. In the Wake of Ravi Zacharias: When Spiritual Leaders Do Harm written by Amanda Benckhuysen

  2. Here Are The Best Church Websites in the CRCNA written by Church Juice

  3. Why Your Church Needs to Talk About the Human Sexuality Report (and How to Start) written by Sean Baker

  4. Where We Are 25 Years After Ordaining Women as Pastors written by Elaine May

  5. Human Sexuality Report: Ready to Rumble? written by Sean Baker

  6. Fear, Flukes & Critical Race Theory written by Rudy Gonzalez

  7. Roadmap to Post-Pandemic Recovery: Faith Formation Planning for the Future (Part 1) written by Lesli van Milligen 

  8. Why Not Pay for Pastors to Attend Trainings? written by Anthony Sytsma 

  9. What to Do With American Rage written by Reggie Smith

  10. The First (Female Minister) Through the Wall written by Elaine May 

  11. Homosexuality and Our Missional Calling written by Dr. Michael Goheen

  12. Easter at Home With Kids Corner Resources written by Ron VandenBurg

  13. Human Sexuality Report: Rarely "Yes" or "No" written by Sean Baker 

  14. Rush, Hush and Mush: 3 Keys to Bad Decisions written by Sean Baker 

  15. Becoming a Trauma-Informed Church written by Tara Boer 

  16. What to Do When Council Won't Listen written by Sean Baker 

  17. 3 Questions to Ask Upon Returning to In-Person Worship written by Lesli van Milligen

  18. Announcing Mark Stephenson’s Retirement written by Disability Concerns  

  19. The Difficult Spiritual Discipline of Listening written by Sandy Swartzentruber

  20. Two Questions Every Council Must Ask Before Making a Decision (Part 1) written by Sean Baker

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