Posts with the Most – July 2014

by Larry Hehn on August 4, 2014

posts with the mostIf I had to choose a favorite time of month, this would definitely be it. I always look forward to the end of one month and the beginning of another, since that means it’s time for the Posts with the Most!

Every month I boldly explore the interwebs, compiling my favorite top blog posts to share with you, my favorite readers.

I hope you enjoy them as much as I have. Be sure to say hello to these amazing bloggers when you visit, and please share any of your July 2014 faves that I may have missed, in the comment section below.

Here are the July 2014 Posts with the Most, in random order…

  • Carnival World – Billy Coffey draws life lessons from the rides at a carnival.
  • We’re having a killer summer. – Jamie the Very Worst Missionary is experiencing a private carnival of sorts, known as summer break with teenage sons.
  • Incarnated Poetry – I must admit I’ve never been a big poetry fan. But over at A Deeper Story, Nate Pyle converted me with four simple words: “You are God’s poem.”
  • The Risk of Silence – Another gem from A Deeper Story, this time penned by Micha Boyett. I haven’t been blogging much lately, and have struggled to explain why. Micha, in explaining her reasons for not blogging, has unknowingly done it for me.

And, last but not least, a special mention to Liz McLennan, aka Bellymonster, who just published her final post at Life With Bellymonster. Thank you, Liz, for your many contributions to (and unbridled enthusiasm for) the Posts with the Most!

What were your favorite “posts with the most” from July 2014?

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Jesse Focht March 7, 2015 at 12:05 am

You know Larry, I don’t know if you write somewhere else now, but I miss seeing post’s here. You always had a good insight to share. If you ever decide to write again, I’ll be here to read it.
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