The month of February is in the history books. For me, it was a busy month.
Multiple trips to the city of Florence, Alabama and a weekend of ice climbing made it seem like I blinked and the month was over.
I hope you experienced some newness and adventure in your life this month.
With that said, I like to start off the new month reviewing the previous month and seeing what happened with the blog.
February was a great month for blogging. I saw some amazing things fall into place, had a record month, and made some extraordinary new friends.
Once again, we see that the pop-culture leadership lessons from movies made up a majority of the top posts. Funny thing is, I haven’t had a movie leadership lesson post in the last two months.
That will change with the amazing movies coming out in March and the following months. Look forward to more of those!
1. Dan Knight
3. Jon Stolpe
6. Paul Sohn
8. Dan Black
9. TC Avey
10. Tony Palus
With a lot of the big name bloggers doing away with commenting systems, I’m glad that so many are still commenting on the blog. Reading your comments and being challenged by what you share encourages me to keep on writing.
I look forward to every comment that comes through!
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The blog saw moderate growth. At 10% a month, I’m very happy with that stat.
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February saw a lot happen in our lives. The biggest being that Pam and I have stepped away from our position as youth leaders and have begun looking for a new local church.
We heard God tell us clearly that it was time and we had to be obedient.
I also celebrated a birthday and had a great time ice climbing in the upper peninsula of Michigan.
Last but not least, we got together with a great group of dreamers and builders. During the few hours we had together, we shared our dreams and what we were doing. This helped build us up and challenged us to do better.