2022: Year in Review

“He has made everything beautiful in its time. Also He has put eternity in their hearts, except that no one can find out the work that God does from beginning to end” (Ecclesiastes 3:11).

Hey, friends! Thank you for reading and showing your support. I appreciate you!!

As we close out another year together, I want to reflect on what we’ve discussed over the year. We’ve covered a range of topics from salvation, to doubting God, to mental health. We also celebrated together the launch of my new book Tackling the Taboo: Navigating Anxiety, Depression, and Other Mental Illnesses as a Christian. This blog has reached thousands of people from 89 countries this year.

We are taking the gospel of Jesus Christ to the world. I hope you have gained something by reading and are better because of it. Here’s a look at the most popular articles from Christ Leads the Way in 2022. If you haven’t read them, I encourage you to do so. I look forward to sharing with you in the new year. May God bless you and keep you, my friend; may He cause His face to shine upon you.

10. Can Christians Lose Their Salvation?

9. Troubles Don’t Last Always

8. Suicide in the Bible

7. Book on Mental Health: Tackling the Taboo

6. Don’t Let Your Mistakes Define You

5. Why it’s Not Uncommon to Have Doubts About God

4. Is the Sinner’s Prayer Biblical?

3. 5 Reason Why Christians Don’t Have to Keep the Sabbath

2. Mansion, Robe, and a Crown

1. Why I Left the Baptist Church…and Why You Should Leave, Too

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Thanks to all who purchased my new book Tackling the Taboo: Navigating Anxiety, Depression, and Other Mental Illnesses as a Christian! It’s now available on the following sites: Walmart, Barnes & Noble, and Books-A-Million, as well as Amazon. If you haven’t purchased your copy, don’t wait! Get it today! I appreciate your support!

8 responses to “2022: Year in Review”

  1. Terica I just want to take the time to congratulate you on a job well done on the inspiration you have shown through your writing. I have been encouraged and well as inspired. Continue to let God use you and your heart with your writing. Can’t wait for the new year

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  2. Thanks so much! I’m so glad to hear that. Much love and many thanks! ❤️

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  3. Happy New Year dear sister!
    Maybe by next year we will be Home with our Lord!
    ❤️&🙏, c.a.

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  4. Happy New Year!! 😊🥳Yes, maybe our Lord will come!

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  5. Have a joyful and blessed New Year!
    🙏🏾

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  6. Happy New Year!!! 🥳 May God bless you this year and many more to come.

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  7. Thank you, Petrina! Happy New Year!! 🥳

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