Every month, I provide a recap of the previous months and highlight the success and challenges of this ministry. The month of May was a great month, but June was even better. The month of June featured multiple “Superbowl” level events for Evangelicalism with SBC21 and the General Assembly of the PCA. From an earthly perspective, we won some and lost some, but from an eternal godly perspective, we know the church will prevail. The prelude to the Annual Convention filled with even more drama with the Russell Moore letters and the weaponization of sex abuse victims to attack Mike Stone, a sex abuse survivor. This led to a disastrous convention. The failure to rescue the Southern Baptist Convention, in my opinion was the likeliest and second best result. It is better to know that the denomination is lost to theological liberalism than to pretend otherwise. But the PCA, in contrast delivered a critical blow to the Revoice Movement. Romans 8:28 holds true, and both outcomes were good. However, after winning, Ed Litton’s scandals mounted and the world really is watching.
It was a busy month in which every day featured an article as there was never a break in the action.
- Countries with the most visits:
- United Kingdom
- Most Viewed Page (other than home):
- Post with the most views:
- Posts from month with the most views
- Most viewed videos
- YouTube Subscriber Growth: +114
- Most Referred to site: YouTube
This was a record breaking month for the YouTube channel. The channel has grew give or take 20% in one month on subscribers alone, but the view and watch times were incredible as well. Majority of the videos were on the Southern Baptist Convention, with the last video of the month addressing the PCA which like minded channels ie Jon Harris, AD Robles etc, had not addressed at that time. So providing this niche coverage during the events was the reason for much of the late growth as well as SBC coverage. July is so far not slowing down.
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In June, I published the verdict on Francis Chan, and that feels like a long time ago. Having been bogged down in event coverage, I have not started another. I had said that I would want to adapt some older pages into articles. This may happen. But when the events cool down, I’ll want to specifically expose the Revoice Movement and those in it, because this movement has expanded beyond the Presbyterian Church in America. I may return to reader requested verdicts, and if I do, the current frontrunner is Tim Keller.
There are a lot of moving parts in creating new site that will be insulated from Big Tech. And these parts have taken longer to find and put together than anticipated. But the parts are nearly put together. More on this will be announced as the hour approaches. But the changes will hopefully be minimal to reader experience.
Soli Deo Gloria,