Top 5 on Plain Bible Teaching in 2021

As 2021 is quickly drawing to a close, it’s time for the annual “Top 5” post on Plain Bible Teaching (normally this has been the top 5 articles, but I’ve broadened that this year). Each year I like to go back and see what were the most-read articles on the site. This is always interesting to me, and hopefully is to you as well. If you missed these articles when they were originally posted, they’re definitely ones you should check out. These are the “top 5” articles based on the number of page views. And, something new this year that I haven’t thought to include before, I’m listing the “top 5” podcast episodes and YouTube videos as well.Continue Reading

17th Year of Plain Bible Teaching

Bible open outdoors

Well, here we are again after another year…

Plain Bible Teaching began its first year back on August 1, 2005. That means that yesterday we completed 16 full years. Today begins year number seventeen!

A big “THANK YOU” to all of you who have been reading, commenting, and sharing these materials with others. I know that some of you have been following Plain Bible Teaching since the beginning. Others of you have just recently discovered the site. Regardless of how long you’ve been following, I’m glad you’re here and hope you continue to find the material being published here to be beneficial.

The goal from the beginning has been to publish materials that can accurately be described as “plain Bible teaching” in order to help others learn or be reminded of what the word of God teaches so that they might be encouraged to live in a way that will be pleasing to the Lord. I am sincerely thankful that I’ve been able to do this for this long and, Lord willing, I plan to continue this work for many years to come.Continue Reading

Top 5 Articles on Plain Bible Teaching in 2020

Top 5 Articles in 2020

Well, we’ve reached the end of an eventful year. It’s important to take time at the end of a year to reflect on what has happened as we prepare for what will be coming in the future. Here on Plain Bible Teaching, one of the ways I do this is by going back and seeing what were the most-read articles on the site for this year. It’s always interesting to see what made the list. Normally the list of top 5 older articles stays pretty consistent, but this year it is quite different from previous years. I’m posting the list here as a record for myself and because it may be of interest to you as well. So here are the “top 5” posts based on the number of page views.Continue Reading

16th Year of Plain Bible Teaching

Bible Notes

Plain Bible Teaching began its first year back on August 1, 2005. That means we have now completed 15 full years and are now beginning the sixteenth year.

For all of you who have been reading, commenting, and sharing these materials with others, thank you! If you’ve just recently discovered the site, I’m glad you’re here and hope you find it beneficial. The goal from the beginning has been to publish materials that can accurately be described as “plain Bible teaching” in order to help others learn or be reminded of what the word of God teaches so that they might be encouraged to live in a way that will be pleasing to the Lord. I’m thankful that I’ve been able to do this for this long and, Lord willing, I plan to be continuing this work for years to come.Continue Reading

Top 5 Articles on Plain Bible Teaching in 2019

Top 5 Articles of 2019

It’s that time of year again – time to take a moment and look back and see what happened throughout 2019. On Plain Bible Teaching, that means looking back and seeing what were the most-read articles on the site for this year. I’m always interested to see what makes the list. What I thought were the “best” articles are not always the ones that you, the reader, found most interesting or helpful. So here are the “top 5” posts based on the number of page views.Continue Reading

15th Year of Plain Bible Teaching

Bible and Notebook

The first year of Plain Bible Teaching began on August 1, 2005. Now after completing fourteen years, the fifteenth year begins today.

Allow me to extend a huge “thank you” to all of you for reading, commenting, and sharing these materials with others. The whole purpose of this site has been to publish materials that can accurately be described as “plain Bible teaching” in order to help the readers learn or be reminded of what the word of God teaches so that they might be encouraged to live in a way that will be pleasing to Him. Since the beginning, I have been working to consistently add to it so that this might become a valuable resource for those who are interested in “plain Bible teaching.” I am thankful that I have been able to do this over the past several years.Continue Reading

Top 5 Articles on Plain Bible Teaching in 2018

Top 5 Articles in 2018

As the new year approaches, I wanted to stop and highlight the most-read articles on the site for this year. It is always interesting to me to see what makes the list. So here are the “top 5” posts based on the number of page views.

Top 5 new articles (posted in 2018):

  1. Why Parents Should Dress Their Young Children Modestly (07.04.18)
  2. Excel Still More (02.07.18)
  3. Understanding Romans 14 (01.03.18)
  4. Rapture and Tribulation (06.06.18)
  5. More Important Than Numbers (09.05.18)

Plus, here are the top 5 older articles (posted in 2017 or earlier) that continue to generate interest:

  1. A Short and Powerful Sermon (09.17.05)
  2. The Older Women Must Teach the Young Women (05.02.12)
  3. The Fields Are White for Harvest (08.09.09)
  4. What Happened After Saul’s Conversion? (03.31.11)
  5. Having a Zeal for God (08.07.10)

And for something new, here are the top 5 articles posted on the Plain Bible Teaching Facebook Page this year (based on reach):

  1. The Restoration Plea (03.31.18)
  2. Finding Purpose Amidst the Vanity of Life (08.29.18)
  3. Why Parents Should Dress Their Young Children Modestly (07.04.18)
  4. Why Do We Meet on Sunday Evening? (11.17.18)
  5. Understanding Romans 14 (01.03.18)

Thanks to everyone for your continued interest in Plain Bible Teaching. If you are not yet on the mailing list to receive the free PBT Weekly Newsletter, be sure to subscribe to stay up to date on new content and more.