2008 Elemental Children's Ministry in Review

       

Happy New Year!, originally uploaded by ~BostonBill~.

I thought it would be fun to review some blog stats over the past year.

Here are the top 10 posts that were visited:

10. Roadmaps for Child Spiritual Development
9. Children’s Ministry Leadership Nugget from an Olympic Swimmer
8. My Hope Is Built on Nothing Less
7. It’s More Than Just About the Kids
6. Family Ministry Coversation Day 1
5. Generation We
4. “Why Do Bad Things Happen?” and Other Tough Questions
3. Jon and Kate Plus 8 Go To Church
2. Scot McKnight chiming in on children’s, youth and young adult ministries
1. Christians Rule

Top Ten Search Terms that were used to find Elemental Children’s Ministry:

10. “create a whatnot”
9. “100 films for children”
8. “things to do with cardboard”
7. “jon and kate plus 8 church”
6. “donald miller mentoring”
5. “children’s ministry themes”
4. “elevate curriculum”
3. “elemental children’s ministry”
2. “create a muppet”
1. “children’s ministry”

Top Ten Countries Where Visits to Elemental Children’s Ministry Came From:

10. South Africa
9. Israel
8. Germany
7. New Zealand
6. Kyrgyzstan
5. Philippines
4. Australia
3. United Kingdom
2. Canada
1. United States

It’s been a fun year interacting, discussing and learning from you this year. I look forward to interacting with more of you in 2009. BTW, if you have any ideas for posts or would like to see a discussion on a specific topic, comment below, and maybe it just might show up some time!

Have a great New Year’s celebration. May God bless you all in 2009 as you continue to follow him where he has put you.

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