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The 2011 Top 10 Blog Posts on “Gleanings from the Field”

Written by Karl Dahlfred on .

This past year was extremely busy for me and I haven’t been able to keep up on all the blog reading that I would like.  Perhaps you’ve had the same experience.  So, in case you missed something, I’ve included below a list of the the articles that have been most popular on “Gleanings from the Field” during the past year.  This is not my list of favorites, but a pure reflection of the numbers, namely the posts that have gotten the most hits.

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And without any further ado...

 

The 2011 Top 10 Posts on “Gleanings from the Field”


10. Book Review: “Filling Up the Afflictions of Christ” by John Piper


9.   Theological Education in Thailand: An Interview with Daniel Kim


8.   Should Missionaries Stop Sending Paper Prayer Letters?


7.   Ten Tips on Teaching Through Translation


6.   An Alternative to the Sinner’s Prayer


5.   Why Rob Bell on Hell, in Thailand Won’t Sell


4.   Can Missionaries in Creative Access Countries Use Social Media?


3.   You Can Be A Christian, But You Can’t Get Baptized


2.   Dress Like a Teacher


1.   Thai Gospel Tracts

 

 

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