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Reader's Picks: Best of 'Leadership Journal' 2013

Leaders are readers! Here are last year's most-read articles.

Who doesn't like to peek over a friend's shoulder to see what they're reading? Well, here's your chance to see what your peers were reading at Leadership Journal this year.

The stand out trend of 2013 was sexuality—four out of our top ten dealt with tensions of sexual identity and culture (little surprise given our full issue on the topic). A runner up was money, with 2 pieces in the top ten. The remaining four? Well, you'll see, but each is certainly a classic Leadership piece—story-forward, practical, and full of earned wisdom from the local church.

Be sure to compare the list to our Editor's Retrospective (written before we pulled the year-end numbers) to see which pieces made both lists!

Which article from the past year has had the most impact on your ministry? Please let us know in the comments—even if you don't see it on this list of 2013's "Greatest Hits."

10: Going to Church Alone - Jason Johansen

"We are not meant to go to church alone. When we refuse our responsibility ...
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