“THANKS to my readers” and the “Top 5” of 2015

In Addictions, Brokenness, Community, Formation, Top Five of The Year by Bizgainey2 Comments

Goodbye 2015

My final post of the year is usually one offering the most popular Disruptusrenovatus posts from the past 12 months – based on views, reads, shares and comments.

I wrote or published fifty-seven pieces during 2015. As one who has a full life and ministry in a great community – with a wonderful congregation – I find it hard to believe that I was able to produce that many articles.

This journey of writing has birthed a desire to write and vision for writing a couple of books. I hope to begin, in earnest, one of those in the year to come and would love to tackle another in the years ahead. I will do my best to keep you posted and updated on my progress! Your comments and responses develop my reflections and thoughts and have contributed to any growth I have achieved as a writer. I extend to you my heartfelt thanks!

My ‘readership’ began humbly, with forty-two subscribers/users. Through the course of the year, we have added to that number. As of this week, the number of readers is three hundred and fifteen. We have lost a few along the way, but we have gained many. Thank you for sharing my work with others and increasing this ‘online community’ we call Disruptus! I know the growth in readership is due to your commitment more than it is my talent or skill as a writer.

Enjoy the ‘top five’ of 2015. Hopefully, your favorite is among them. Just click the links. They will take you to the original posts.

Again, I extend to you my heartfelt thanks!

Top Five 2015

Happy New Year 2016

See you in 2016!




  1. Biz, This is so exciting to look back at the writings that have welled up within you over the year! May you continue to use your gift to cause us to be disrupted in a whole new way!! I love you!

    1. Author

      Thank you, Melissa! Love you too — enjoy immensely this life together!

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