The Top 10 Most-Read Gleanings of 2012
What do Rob Bell, Joseph Kony, and the Higgs boson have in common? All were subjects of the most-read Gleanings posts of 2012.
Here are the top 10 stories that kept readers clicking:
While he walked across, Wallenda, described by Canadian media as a born-again Christian, thanked God and Jesus out loud in his microphone.
Love Wins author announces small gatherings, with TV and book projects in the works.
Witnesses told authorities he grabbed his 15-year-old daughter around her throat.
A new campaign is raising questions about advocacy in an attempt to get the head of the Lord's Resistance Army arrested.
Peter Higgs, who is described as an atheist, explains how the term evolved.
Allegations comes as flagship churches prepare to leave network.
Anne Graham Lotz worried for husband Dan's life due to illness.
Southern Baptist leader defends international adoption from 700 Club comments.
McLaren family wedding ceremony included "traditional Christian elements."
Jakes stated his belief at the second-annual Elephant Room, which features what organizers call "conversations you never thought you'd hear."