A Weblog Review of 2010

December 29, 2010

Since this is the last week of 2010, I have been taking stock of the past year and thinking about all that has happened. It’s certainly been eventful for us personally and for our ministry.

Here are some of the monthly highlights from the KBM weblog:


Brit Hume Doubles Down Brit Hume reaffirms his conviction that Tiger Woods needs Jesus.

Grandpa, I’m Bloggable! How we got the news that we were going to be grandparents.

’God Told Me’ . . . Really? A reminder that we should not loosely say “God told me such-and-such.»


The Unaccountable Man A great quote from J. D. Jones. 

Pastor Ray’s Circumcision Talk My most unusual blog title of the year. 

When Did We See You Hungry and Feed You? A Lenten devotional based on the words of Jesus in Matthew 25. 


The Best Local Church Video I’ve Ever Seen Worth watching if you haven’t seen it.

What Will be the Sign of Your Coming? Jesus is coming. Are you ready? 

Do You Love Me? A question Jesus still asks today. 


Radio Interview with the “Son of Hamas” This interview with Mosab Hassan Yousef turned into one of our most popular podcasts. 

Uganda Picture Gallery Pictures from our trip to Kampala, Uganda.

Miracle at Kwale Prison God moved in a powerful way when we visited Kwale Prison in Mombasa, Kenya. 


Praying for Leaders With Whom You Disagree A lesson from one of the closest presidential elections in history. 

A Disciple’s Renewal A prayer we all need to pray from time to time. 

Radio Interview with Franklin Graham The son of Billy Graham pulls no punches in this interview.


Did I Make the Right Decision? The answer to this question led to a sermon by the same title later in the year. 

Home Again Pictures and reflections from a day spent at the Pritchard-Mayfield family reunion. 

What F. B. Meyer Taught Me About Prayer A lesson on prayer from a Bible teacher of an earlier generation. 


Three Questions for the Second Half of 2010 Good questions for 2011 too. 

My 3052 Best Friends in the World I’m talking about my Facebook friends (now 3469).

Christopher Hitchens and Jesus The world’s most famous atheist agrees with C. S. Lewis on one point (and not much else).


Anne Rice Quits Christianity The acclaimed novelist has had it with the Christian church. That’s a big mistake.

Cracks in the Dam Not everyone agreed with me on this one. 

Knox Samuel Pritchard The first pictures of our fine grandson, born on August 10. 


Pray for Pastor Peter A request for prayer for our “Keep Believing” man in China. 

KBM Joins ECFA After many months of hard work, we were approved for membership in the Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability. 

Radio Interview with Jim Bob Duggar This interview with Jim Bob Duggar of “19 Kids and Counting” remains very popular.


Hundreds Attend Sunday Night Event in Dalian First reports of an amazing event that drew almost 500 college students on a university campus in Dalian, China. 

Monday Morning Miracle We were blown away by our visit to “Ginny Mae’s” house church in China. 

Saturday Night Thoughts Reflections on our trip to Korea and China. 


The Most Unchurched Part of North America We saw God at work during our visit to Montreal. 

A Week With Daniel at the BI Teaching Daniel to college students in Florida turned out to be a terrific experience. 

The Bulldog and the Skunk  A bulldog can win a fight with a skunk, but is it worth it?


We Need You to “Like” Our New Facebook Page We still do. 

Do You Need Free Copies of Anchor Right Now? Evidently the answer was yes because we gave away almost 13,000 copies in a few days. We’re now waiting for the new edition to arrive.

We’re Sending Books to Support Our Troops in Afghanistan So glad we can do this. 


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