Can you believe this crazy year is coming to a close?
Does anyone else want to dance a little jig or say an “amen”?
2021 kicks off early Friday morning, but before we leave 2020 in the past, we wanted to share some of our favorite posts from the year. Because 2020 wasn’t all bad.
Yes we struggled, but we also grew.
We experienced ups and downs, but we knew we were never alone.
Our Top Posts From 2020
I don’t know where today finds you, but here are a few of our favorite Candid posts from 2020. There wasn’t an exact algorithm we used to choose the posts this year, but we looked at a variety of aspects and went from there.
Here are just a few of the things we looked at:
- Post response: Comments, shares, emails, people who stopped us on the street to comment about it (it happens).
- Page views: Some of the posts on our website bring a ton of traffic our way. They might never get a comment, and it doesn’t look they are getting shared, but somewhere somehow, they are getting seen and resonating with other Christian women.
- And last, but not least, the posts that impacted us the most. Some of the posts we have written are so special to our own hearts. Or to the hearts of the other Candid Gals. And we wanted to make sure to include some of those.
I also want to mention that the Candidly Christian ministry wouldn’t be possible without you. Every time you share a post, you help us shine the spotlight on Jesus. Every Candid Gal writes from her heart, but without you, our message is muzzled. Thank you for sharing our message of Jesus’ love.Check out our top Candid posts from 2020…. Click To Tweet
Our goal was to include one post from each of our current Candid Gals and one guest blogger. We’ve had so many encouraging posts this year, all of them written by talented authors who love Jesus. We are highlighting posts written and published in 2020 and the posts are listed in alphabetical order by the first name of the Candid Gals who wrote them.
I hope you enjoy seeing these posts again just as much as we enjoyed going back through them.
With Heather Hart
What can the book of Job teach us about our prayer life? I share more in this post, “6 Prayers that Will Rock Your Spiritual Life”
With Jaime Hampton
With emotions running high, it can be easy to assume the worst. To pass judgement without knowing the facts… It’s easy to become a hater. Candid Gal, Jaime Hampton shares more in this post…
With Jessica Schneider
We all experience storms in our lives, as well as the emotional aftermath of those storms. Jessica shares 3 truths that helped her rest in Jesus through the emotional aftermath of a storm in her home.
With Laura J. Marshall
Before the glitter of Christmas was put away, Laura sat quietly on the couch and thought about purpose. She shares more in this devotional.
With Sarah Callen
Apathy. Have you ever felt apathetic? If so, you are not alone. Sarah shares her personal struggle with apathy and the steps she takes to overcome it in this post.
With Sheila Schweiger-Rhodes
2020 was marked by a global pandemic. The invisible monster left us reeling. Never knowing what was safe. Did we choose to live in fear, or was refusing to comply putting others in danger? The invisible monster was definitely real. Sheila shares three tips for fighting the fear of the unknown in this post.
With Sherry Chamblee
Life is hard. But even when life is hard, God is still there. In this post, Sherry shares five things God taught her when life was hard.
With Stephanie M. Carter
It’s time to get real about your faith, our lives and our future in God. The Bible says “Do not be conformed to this age, but be transformed…”
With Valerie Riese
Jesus cares for you and He wants to take your burden. But do you know how to cast your cares upon Jesus? If the command to cast your cares is a bit obscure for you too, I hope sharing my search for knowledge will equip you with a blueprint for peace through the One who cares for you.
With Candid Guest, Theresa Boedecker
In this guest post, Theresa Boedecker shares six lessons her relationship with her daughter has taught her about God.
Join The Conversation!
Do you have a favorite Candidly Christian post from 2020? We’d love to hear what it is, so comment below!
Oh and by the way, on Friday we shared our favorite featured posts from the Grace & Truth link-up from 2020. You can find those here.Do you have a favorite post from 2020? Here are the Candid Gals Click To Tweet