Chief Of The Least: Brief Year in Review! (2011)

It has been a blessed an eventful year for me personally (thanks to the birth of my second son, Gideon, in March). I’d like to thank all the blog readership and random lurkers who make me feel less lonely (internetally speaking), when I sound off on issues. I enjoy the outlet that this blog serves to post my sometimes inane and ridiculous rants on a variety of topics. Here is a quick blog year in review for you with some highlights sprinkled in:

In 2011, there were 86 new posts, growing the total archive of this blog to 104 posts. There were 77 pictures uploaded, taking up a total of 4mb. That’s about a picture per week.

The highest viewed overall blog and individual blog-day (May 21st) goes to the same post. Not incidentally, that post was titled “If the Rapture Happens Saturday: A Brief Survival Guide.” If you are an easily offended type, I beseech you, DO NOT FOLLOW THAT LINK. But if you have a slight sense of humor, have at it.

The two other blogs that came closest to the top viewed spot were:

Rob Bell: Does Universalism Really “Win” In The End?

White Guys Who Listen To Christian Rap And The Girl Named World

My top referring sites in 2011 were:

Many visitors came using specific search terms. Here were the most used to find “Chief of The Least” in 2011: 1. Fred Teutenberg 2. Awkward Family Photos Christmas 3. Wedding Wine Poem 4. Justin Bieber Bible Study

Obviously most visitors came from the United States. But Canada and the UK were not too far behind. I was also surprised to find a very small percentage trickle in from places like Nigeria, Chile, Malaysia, Belgium and Pakistan.

My most commented on post in 2011 was “‘Tis the VBS season! (No Sinner’s Prayer Required)”

My top three commenters (thank you guys very much!) of 2011 were:

1. Josh Peacock

2. Stephen Iddison

3. Joel Nelson

Hope you all are found in God’s grace and blessing this new year. Peace.

Bryan Daniels

Author: Bryan Daniels

I am a follower of Jesus, a husband to Jessica, and a father of three boys: Josiah, Gideon and Judah. I teach high school math as a job, read reformed theology as a hobby, and write this blog just for kicks. With the rest of my time I coach football and track.

6 thoughts on “Chief Of The Least: Brief Year in Review! (2011)”

  1. Hi there all who hear and those who don’t, ouch!, This maybe going back a bit onto ground that some would prefer to leave for good but it is a subject that I have listened about with alot of views and opinions and it is that of the twin towers and the country’s loss of the buildings and lives. Alot of people have pointed the finger with a heart full of accusation and suspicion towards the American government. I personally do not wish to do that, in fact if the Lord told His angel not to accuse the devil but only to rebuke him in the name of the Lord alone, then who is anyone else? No, I have thought about this and have kept the light of Gods word over my thoughts to see if they are founded on the truth or just plain vanity. Jesus said that it is by our own desires we are enticed into sin and then sin will and does every time, lead people into death. Even Christians have said that it was Gods judgement on the states. I am not to sure as to say that the Lord brought about the death of thousands on that terrible day but I will stick with what he says about our own desires for power, money, prestige and pleasure and how we obtain these things against his will and in doing so we murder and steal. Now was that plane the property of the now diseased Bin Laden, no. So how was it Gods will to steal a couple of planes and then murder over 3000 people, quite simply it was not His will. Is George bush dead? no, but the thieves of those two planes are aswell as their so called Holy leader Bin Laden who broke the ten commandments to obtain that property. In conclusion it was the devil who came to rob and murder it was not Gods will. And before any Christian brother compares Job and unwittingly points the finger at God remember this, what happened to Job was the will of the devil not the Lord in fact the Lord commanded the devil not to kill Job and He gave no other command than that. And you can see how the cruel one pushed job to the edge of death as far as he could and believe me Satan was still drooling for that death. Bin Laden wanted respect and power on earth. It was his heart that struck America, not the Lords. And as a result he brought about his own death. Through his judgement he condemned himself. Proof of Gods word and how the Holy bible (KJV) is the divine word of God and will endure all generations. Be encouraged American Bride.

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