Our Cross Shaped Year in Review: The Top 10 of 2013

Thanks to all who supported and shared Cross Shaped Stuff in 2013. You’re awesome. It’s like we’re family, or something. We pray lives became more cross-shaped because of this. That’s the only reason we do it.

2013 was pretty good to us. For the few who are interested, here are the top 10 posts of the year according to your clicks. Some suprise me, others don’t, thanks for clicking. But we want 2014 to be better, so all award winning brilliant ideas for improvement in 2014 should be left below in the comments… if you have any.

1. How I Know My Wife Married the Wrong Person

* Without a doubt, this was the post that put us on the map. Apparently, marriage is a big deal. Who would’ve thunk it?

2. How I Know My Wife Married the Wrong Person (Pt.2)

3. How I Know My Wife Married the Wrong Person (Pt.3)

4. How I Know My Wife Married the Wrong Person (Pt.4)

5. When Your Beach Body is a Bust… And It’s June

6. Four Things Porn Makes You Believe

7. Why Some People Hate Church

8. The DEFINING Decade – Your 30s Aren’t the New 20s

9. The Real Tragedy of Your Busyness

10. Can We All Stop Tolerating Tolerance?

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4 thoughts on “Our Cross Shaped Year in Review: The Top 10 of 2013

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  2. I would love to read a blog from you about the importance of Christians not putting eachother down, or people in ministry down to make them look better. There are so many people/pastors/Christians out there out to make Joel Olsteen, Joyce Meyer look bad, etc. Its really bothersome..would like to you know your thoughts about the importance of accepting differences, agreeing to disagree…for the sake of the GOSPEL!

    • I promise to be as nice as I can…but I think what Kate doesn’t realize is that a lot of Christian people are not Joel Olsteen/Joyce Meyer fans. And just because we are not,fans doesn’t make us all bad (Christians.)

      First, Christians are taught, from the BIBLE, that being a Christian isn’t always easy. Every day just may not be all Jesus and Sunshine. In fact, most days, it’s not all Jesus and Sunshine. But there is hope for a better life to come… past this moral existence. Something that Mr. Olsteen and Ms. Meyer don’t always preach in their ministries. Their approach is more of the ‘feel good,’ ‘I’m ok, You’re ok.” type of message.

      Second, both people you have mentioned, and many others, fail to quote actual Bible scripture and are therefore criticized as being less than Bible based.

      And finally, the Mega church, that has become so popular for some, is less than intimate for others. It seems that the church, for these folks, is all about the ‘marketing.’

      But isn’t it great! that we live in a country where we don’t ALL have to think/believe/vote/dress/walk/talk or worship like everyone else! I hope I didn’t step on any toes with my opinions and possible explanations as I am definitely not a ‘hater’ of their ministeries…Nor am I a follower.

      As for me and my house…we will just keep on serving The Lord.

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