The Top Ten Most Read Posts of 2011 from Not For Itching Ears

That’s right, my friends.  The following post contains our own version of the Top 10 list:  The most read posts from Not For Itching Ears this year.  You may be very surprised at the#1 post.  It is not only our number one post for the year, it is #1 of ALL TIME.  Far surpassing anything else!  It is clearly out of character with the rest of the blog and reveals a spicy secret about me… I dare you to try it out.  You won’t be disappointed.

The Top 10 Most Read Posts of 2011

10. Christ-Centered Worship Songs:  Leading Worship at a Funeral

9.  Worship Leader Make-Over:  Defining the Goal of a Worship Leader

8.  A Prayer for The New Year: “Guide Me This Year, Lord”

7.  A 300 Year Old Christian Prayer: “Lord, Help Me Follow You”

6.   George Barna: The Seeker-Sensitive Church Model: Dumbing Down Disciples

5.  Worship Leading Gone Wild: What Can Happen When Worship Becomes A Song…..

4.  Would They Have Killed Jesus if HE Preached the Same Message the Church Preaches Today?

3.  Rethinking the Contemporary Worship Service

2.  Worship Leader Make Over: So You Want The Congregation to Sing More? Try this…

1.  My Authentic “On The Border” Salsa Recipe (Just like the restaurant)  (The spicy secret is that I like to cook!  Try this “not so spicy” salsa recipe and let me know if you like it!)

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About Jim

Not For Itching Ears is a blog dedicated to discussing the American Evangelical church. It is a place for people to share their thoughts on a host of issues relating to this subject. Jim is available to speak at weekend services, and retreats at no cost to churches in Florida. Contact us for more information.

Posted on December 28, 2011, in Christianity, Church Leadership, Recipes, The Christian Life, Theology, Worship and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. I found your blog at the beginning of December and now subscribe on google reader. I found a lot of information on here and I have been challenged. Thank you!


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