I thought I would do a little roundup of the most popular posts in 201. Here are the top ten posts of 2014, and it turns out that your favorites where some of my favorites as well!
How To Study Scripture – This post has been the most popular post on the blog for two years now. You can now find the post in the menu at the top because so many people ask this question. This is definitely one of my favorite posts that I have put on the blog.
Sophia’s Birth Story – This post talks about the birth and loss of our daughter Sophia. Though the loss of Sophia is the hardest thing we have ever faced, I am so thankful for this little girl and how she has changed us.
The Joy Of The Lord is Your Strength – This little lock screen was a huge hit in 2014, and definitely one of our most pinned images of the year! Hoping to make some more pretty lock screens in the new year!
For This Child I Prayed – This post was short reflection on how sometimes God answers our prayers in a different way then we imagined.
31 Days of Scripture Challenge – In May I hosted a Scripture Challenge on the blog and Instagram, and I had no idea how popular it would be. I met some amazing people through the challenge. I think this is something we will definitely be doing again!
The Next Chapter – In 2014, we made a huge move from Texas to Pennsylvania to begin church planting. It has been quite the journey as we moved away from Texas to our new home, but we have loved seeing God’s hand in it every step of the way.
The Shop – This year was the year that I opened my shop, and it has been an amazing ride. It all started with the Joy in Christ Journal, and then the Give Me Jesus Mug, we have added so many great products and have plans to add lots more fun things this year!
Why I Study Books of The Bible – This post was a great conversation starter on the topic of studying the Bible. I shared why I love to study books of the Bible, and how it has helped me.
What is Your Passion? – I love blog posts about simplifying and living intentionally, and this was a favorite in 2014.
Getting Through The Dry Seasons – At some point we all face dry seasons in our walk with God, this post was the answer to a question I get a lot.