The Least Most: Our Top 5 Posts That Nobody Read!

 

The Least Most Read PostYes, it is that time again.  The “Best of” posts are all coming out.  (Find ours here)   Today, as an act of humility, we present our Bottom 5.  They are our least read posts of all time. 

Now, we humbly suggest that they occupy the bottom NOT because they were poorly written or were uninteresting.  No!  We believe you (yes you) were too busy doing other important stuff on the days these came out.

So, go ahead and read one.  Or two.  Heck read them all! 

It is a little bit late but Happy New Year!

describe5.  “Evangelical Christianity Can BEST be described as…………” Take our Poll and tell the World

 

 

 

Question mark people4.  What is Your Favorite Part of the Sunday Morning Church Service? Take the Poll

 

 

priorities%20wordle3.  How Would You Like to See the American Church Change?

 

 

3d choice, on white background2.  Justin Martyr on Man’s Ability to Obey or Disobey God

 

 

 

 

 

bethechurch1. Discover The Early Church – “We Don’t Speak Great Things – We Live Them!

 

 

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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.

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