Post #100

I launched about 10 months ago and today marks post #100. I thought I’d take a quick look back at some favorite posts and links, as well as what I’ve learned.


Top Posts (all-time traffic)

  1. The Best Tool for Accomplishing Important Things
  2. 5 Lessons from Deep and Wide by Andy Stanley
  3. 10 Mistakes Young Preachers Make
  4. Choosing How to Use Your Time
  5. 10 Commandments of Staff Engagement

Some of My Favorites (regardless of traffic)

  1. 20 Things I’ve Learned About Preaching So Far
  2. Trump
  3. Make Sure You Don’t Forget the ____.
  4. “For Now”
  5. Stop Putting Jesus First

Top Links (usually from Weekend Update)

  1. What Pastors Shouldn’t Tell Their Wives
  2. How to Follow a Wild Goose Chase to a Powerful Sermon Illustration
  3. Matt Chandler: Fulfill Your Ministry
  4. Four Possible Reasons Many Small Group Members Never Become Mature Disciples
  5. The Socially Acceptable Sin

 5 Things I’ve Learned

  1. Amazingly, people read, interact with, and care about what I’ve written here. 
  2. My writing ability and the site’s traffic both improve when I post more frequently.
  3. Readers seem to appreciate what is practical.
  4. My best posts are those that come most deeply from the heart.
  5. I have a long way to go as a writer and thinker.

Whether you’ve followed since the beginning or are just stopping by, thank you for reading and interacting with the content here. I hope it blesses and I hope it helps equip you to be BOTH faithful and fruitful.


What’s been your favorite post? Why?

Published by Luke Simmons

I was born and raised in Denver, CO and lived there through high school. Then I moved to Champaign, IL where I attended the University of Illinois and played on the Fighting Illini baseball team. I was married in December, 2001 to Molly, who I met at the U of I. In June of 2002, we moved to Phoenix and have been here ever since.

2 thoughts on “Post #100

  1. Congrats Luke! LaDonna and I enjoy your posts very much. We were missing the “Weekend Updates” and was glad to see it back recently. I think my favorite (well, most impactful–not sure I like being ‘called out’, but…) post was “The Obvious Secret to Christian Leadership”. As I said at the time, the post is sadly needed and convicting; a much needed daily reminder. Keep up the great work, Luke!

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