This is part 2 of the 2010 Blog Review where I highlight a this year's posts that were either popular, controversial, helpful, or interesting (at least to me).
A look at how evangelism and social justice interface by looking at the emergence of liberation theology and the church's shift in attitude towards the poor in the missions conversations in the mid-to-late 1900s.
We had a lot of comments in this discussion of the preachers you thought have been the most influential preachers over the last 25 years.
Throughout the 2010 we kept wading deeper into the waters of "engaging culture." Here is a good place to start.
A look at some of the leading missional practitioners in the 21st century.
Current trends in church planting, based on research from Lifeway and Leadership Network.
Do you remember the flood that hit Nashville in May? I blogged about the damage and relief efforts here.
We looked at a several research polls that examined the prayer habits of Americans.
This is an article I wrote for Pastors.com explaining the danger of adopting a model of church without giving proper consideration to the people and culture God is sending you to plant or pastor.
I was interviewed about how and why Christians should be interacting with Scripture.
The Upstream Collective: London Paris
Here are several posts related to the Upstream Collective: a week long interaction with different European cultures and churches in order to see what God is doing and how American Christians and churches can get involved.
A series of posts on moving the church at large (every member) to be actively involved in the mission God has given her.
An article I wrote for Tabletalk Magazine on the benefits of social media to the local church.