Thank you for reading along with me this year. God worked in the life of my family in some surprising ways, and very often that spills out onto the blog page.
So, here’s 10 of Hive Resources’ most-read posts in 2013. They’re listed in order.
This post was pinned almost 400 times! God’s Word is powerful. It reveals who God is and who we are. If you haven’t seen this one yet, I hope you enjoy the free printable.
This guest post by my friend Nive Burris of Handful of Joy helps you instill a missions mindset in your kids from the very heart of your home – around your dinner table. It resonated with many of you. Thanks for sharing it over 200 times!
Many of you clicked on this post because of it’s title. Whatever you were expecting, I certainly appreciated your comments. You shared this one 372 times!
When I wrote this post, I had no idea it would be my most controversial post of the year. I received a lot of feedback on this post. But what surprised me the most were the number of Christians who sent me hate-mail. In fact, I stopped approving comments all together on this one, because ain’t nobody got time for that.
I’m so glad this post made it on my top 10 list. It combines two things that make my heart sing – equipping women to read the Scriptures and opening my home.
I didn’t pull any punches in this post. Real hospitality is a pursuit of kindness, not a party. In spite of the poop story, I’m glad you gals liked it! You pinned it 768 times!
I was honored to interview Shepherd’s Press author and veteran Bible Study Fellowship director Barbara Reaoch in this post. She shares some tried and true traditions for teaching children as small as preschool about the big truth of the resurrection.
Last January I set a goal to grow my theological library. And I’m happy to report, I more than exceeded my expectations! (The hubsters is hoping I set a different goal for 2014!) Thank you Amazon Prime! Here’s how I did it.
Kathi Lipp’s book, Praying God’s Word for Your Husband, was one of my favorite books of 2013. It helped me focus my prayers for my husband and helped me assess any selfish motives driving my prayers for him. It was a quick read and would even make a great gift for a friend or family member.
Thank you to all my Hive Resources readers! Because of you, 2013 was a great year! Looking forward to 2014 and what God has in store! I hope you’ll join me!
Did you have a favorite post from 2013 that didn’t make it on this list? Share it in the comments!
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