Top 10 Posts of 2013

I hope everyone had a wonderful Christmas! I was so overwhelmed by the comments, shares, and emails from my recent post about Phil Robertson, that I felt I needed a hiatus from blogging. After my post hit 50,000 readers in less than 48 hours, I was overwhelmed and decided the best way to handle it was to turn off my computer and just be. It was a fun few days of relaxing, celebrating, resting, and quality time with family.

Thank each of you for reading my blog. I cannot tell you how humbling it is to gain readers, read your lovely emails, see my stats climb higher, and dream of what each of you are doing all across the world. I’ve gained readers in Indonesia and India, Korea and Kenya this year. I feel a swell in my chest every time I look at my readership–a reminder that He certainly is a good Dad!

Without further adieu, here are the Top 10 Most-Read Posts of 2013: 

1o. 16 Things every woman should know how to say to a man

9. When God gives her a husband and you’re still single

8. Your body is not the problem.

7. 20 Great Questions to ask your Spouse

6. Real Men Don’t Text | The Lost Art of Chivalry 

5. You’re not the problem–He is | Signs of Emotional Abuse

4. How do I know if he’s the One?

3. Stop Praying. Start Asking.

2. 10 Reasons He’s not Calling You

1. Dear Christians defending Phil Robertson

 

My 5 favorite posts of the year? 

A Letter to Sexy-Instagram Posters

Spiders, Real Emergencies and Mitten Packing 

God hasn’t forgotten you

Your body is not the problem 

A furious love <–read this one if you haven’t already. It’s my absolute favorite.

Happy New Years, everyone! I’m putting on sequins tonight and headed downtown with my husband and our dear friends. It’s time to celebrate a great 2013 and look ahead to 2014!

Until next year,

Ruthie

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  1. Steven says:

    Happy New Year, Mr. and Mrs. Dean! Although I do not always agree with every aspect of your posts, I appreciate the thought, time, and effort that you put into your articles. They are always a blessing to read and at the very least challenge me to study deeper into certain matters before making any rash conclusion based on a previous notion that may differ from your own. I wish you the best in the upcoming year and look forward to the thoughts you share with us in 2014! Also, keep Michael around, I greatly enjoy reading his occasional articles and thoughts that challenge us men to be more purposeful in our relationships and for a lack of vocabulary finesse, “manly,” when it comes to approaching women and initiating Godly relationships with the more lovely and better half of men.

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