The Most Read Articles of 2018

For many of us, the end of the year signals review. It’s time to look back on this past year, and hopefully, there are lessons to learn from last year for next year.

It’s also the time of the year that blogs and websites reveal their best or worst read articles. Last year I tried to kick against the goads by sharing my top 10 least read articles, so this year I guess I’ll just do what everyone else does and will share my most read articles with you.

The Most Read Articles of 2018

1. 6 of the Worst Ways Christians Engage the Culture

I’m not too surprised that this one made the top post for the whole year. Hopefully it’s eye-opening to fellow believers that how we act in our public witness matters as much as being right.

2. God Has a Plan for Your Sex Life and It's Liberating

I think this was picked up by another website or two, so that helps, but it’s unsurprising that a post that talks about sexual freedom did well. Here’s the link to that post.

3. Why She Left the Church

This one was picked up by Core Christianity this year.

4. A Letter To Victims and Survivors of Pastoral Abuse

If you haven’t heard about the Valued Conference in 2019 yet, this is a must read. Actually, feel free to skip this article and just plan on attending the conference this March 2019 in person or via the livestream feed. You can find out more details about the conference by visiting

5. No True Church Just Preaches the Gospel

This one was picked up by in October this year, so I guess it’s no surprise that it made the high traffic list. I’m glad it did though, because the topic deserves more attention.

Nicholas Davis

Rev. Nicholas Davis is a minister in the Presbyterian Church in America.

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