For those looking to while away the yuletide coma, here’s a rundown of what content got traction in 2019. It is limited to stuff that was posted in 2019, rather than viewed then (if we were including previous years’ output, for example, this post would’ve come in third). Enjoy!

Most Popular Posts Published in the Past 12 Months

  1. Mary Definitely Knew
  2. When The World Calls Them Otherwise
  3. Three Thoughts on Denunciations and Deconversions
  4. A Litany for the DMV
  5. When People Tell Me It’s Hard to Find a Church
  6. My Honest Recommendation
  7. When A Pastor Flushes a Congregation’s Religion Pills
  8. The Only Places on the Streets That Understand
  9. A Love Much Greater Than Evolution Requires
  10. As Happy As My Childhood Allows Me To Be
  11. Sobriety Broke Me to Pour Me Out
  12. Are You Burned Out?

Honorable Mentions: Don’t Ruin Brunch, The Failure to Find a Soulmate, When a Dragon Tried to Eat Jesus, What I Really Want For Dinner Is Not To Make a Decision, We All Get to Go Home with Beth Moore, The Peak Moments of Any Marriage, Things We Cannot Say, Stop Blaming the Devil, Raised by Narcissists

Three Most Popular Talkingbird Episodes

  1. Everything New Is Moralism Again – Jacob Smith
  2. Be Your Worst Self – Stephanie Phillips
  3. The Survival and the End of the Preacher – Adam Morton

Most Popular Posts on Facebook (Not Mentioned Above): This one and then, this one

Most Popular Instagram: This one and then, this one.

Most Downloaded Sermons

  1. God in the Midst of Our Secrets – Sarah Condon
  2. How Dare You Judge Me! – Paul Walker
  3. Jesus is Felicity Huffman – RJ Heijmen
  4. The Alien Word – Jason Micheli
  5. One Track Mind – Ryan Alvey

Most Watched Conference Talks

  1. Creedal Faith in an Age of Seculosity – David Zahl
  2. What The Hell Is Going On?: The Strangest Things about Stranger Things – Leigh Hickman
  3. When God Makes All Things Nude – Charlotte Getz
  4. The Unforgivables: Is There Hope Even For Those Consigned to a Secular Hell? – Jeff Mallinson
  5. God Isn’t Mad at You (I’m Not Blowing Smoke) – Steve Brown