Explore’s website’s Top Posts from 2019, voted by you!

Thank you for following us!  Here’s a countdown of the ten most-read posts on Explore’s website in 2019: Number Ten was the 3-minute spoken word video from Speak Life that we showed at the beginning of our Christmas services this year, ‘Just Hay in the Manger?‘  It spoke powerfully.  It’s called Santa vs Jesus;  watch it here. Martin Smith’s song Great and Glorious was Number Nine. Watch it here.
Philippians 2 encourages us to ‘Let His mindset become your motivation’.  It was the eighth most popular post of the year.  Read it here:
A video of the worship song As The Deer was at Number seven.  Watch it here.
Number six was a graphic of the Bible verse Romans 8 v. 31: If God has determined to stand with us, who then could ever stand against us? Check it out here.
Number five was the a five minute video of Brene Brown talking about Empathy, Compassion and Boundaries. It’s very good. Watch it here.  It probably would have scored higher if I had realised the video didn’t work any more. I’ve corrected the link!
The fourth most popular post this year was a Chapter from Bob Goff‘s excellent book Everybody Always. You can read it here.
Number three is a line from the song Way Maker by the Nigerian singer songwriter Sinach. Find it here.
Number two was an image of a line from the song Reckless Love from singer songwriter Cory Asbury. Find it here. It has had more than forty views.
And the Number one, the most viewed post was an article by Rob Bell, his powerful telling of the Prodigal Son.  It had a hundred views.  See it here.  It’s well worth a read. The Explore website had nearly ten thousand views in 2018, more than ever before.  We posted 250 times.  Thank you for following us;  Please tell your friends, and click ‘Add comment’ on any post to add your own thoughts and start a conversation and help build the community.

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