Well, 2012 is officially in the books. As we make editorial plans for the coming year, we were curious: what Leadership Journal articles resonated with readers in 2012? We've listed our Top 10 most-viewed articles below. Here are some themes that emerged:

As always, first-person stories from pastors (#1, #7, #10) were popular. We had pastors getting busted at Mass, befriending pariahs, and pastoring lesbians. These leaders shared the lessons they learned in unusual circumstances, and readers took notice.

A couple of practical teaching articles also cracked the top 10, including articles on the LJ themes of transformation (#4) and outreach (#8).

Pieces from our spiritual warfare issue were also popular, with "Removing the Demonic" (#3) landing high on the list.

Which is your favorite? Take a look below and let us know in the comments.

Without further ado, our top 10 …

#10: Busted at Mass by Gordon Dalbey. What I learned after getting caught crashing Catholic mass.

#9: Seven Habits of Highly ...

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