2010’s Creme of the Crop

A top ten blog post at the end of the year is almost blogging protocol anymore.  But I think posts like this serve as a good jumping on point for new readers.  They also show us where the conversation and thoughts of those who have visited have been.

My thought on the top ten is that this list represents where this blog has shared valuable information and stories with others.  Feel free to check out these blogs that others thought were the best this year:

Mark Driscoll Kicks Terry Virgo’s Butt (A synthesis of Mark Driscoll’s time encouraging New Frontiers in 2008 from both Mark and Terry’s perspective.)

Inspired by the Jesus Manifesto, Napoleon on Jesus (In the midst of reading the Jesus Manifesto, I was reminded of this quote by Napoleon. It’s worth your time.)

Red Moon Rising Quote #2 (Written in 2006, this is a quote from the book Red Moon Rising. I think one of the elements people are drawn to in the 24/7 prayer movement is the deep passion that fuels this prayer movement.  Check the quote out for evidence.)

Thirty Days To Greater Fruitfulness: Introduction (The Lord challenged me to spend thirty days waiting on Him in silence, obeying His voice if and when I heard it, and blogging about the results.)

Antioch 2009, All Things Starfish, and Haven in the Hood (This blog is a synthesis of different bloggers’ thoughts on the Antioch Gathering in ‘09.  A number of major players in the house church world gathered and the official version of the Starfish Manifesto was released.)

Stuff I’m Reading (This is just some thoughts on what I’ve read over the years.)

Red Moon Rising Quote #1 (See thoughts on Red Moon Rising Quote #2.)

Why You Come to Pursuing Glory (This was my attempt to create an on-ramp for new readers based on this blog’s most read articles. If you’re new, check it out.)

Food For Thought: Thirty Days To Greater Fruitfulness (One of my Food For Thought posts, this post came out during the first week of September.  It captures a number of relevant blog posts and has a link to a summary page of my first week during my Thirty Days to Greater Fruitfulness Challenge.)

My Daugther: The Newest Fiery Believer I Know (This blog is a reflection of events that transpired after my daughter accepted Christ.  This may be one of my favorites this year.)

Photo Credit: Gold Top 10 Winner by Sam_Churchill


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About traviskolder

Travis Kolder is a follower of Jesus, a husband, a father of five, an organic church planter, and a writer. He lives in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, where he serves as part of the Cedar Rapids House Church Network.

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