Final Feel Good Friday: Best of Doubting Believer 2021

Friends, for almost four years, every Friday, I’ve brought you things to read, watch and listen to that are sure to make you smile. Because we all could use a little good news. It’s the longest running spiritual discipline of my life, and I hope you have, indeed, smiled, laughed and been encouraged.

But it’s time to put Feel Good Friday to bed for now. Doubting Believer has grown so much in scope, reach and participation in the past year that I’m having to make some decisions about where to put my energies.

I will continue to share good news, feel good stories and encouraging words–just not in this format. I hope YOU will continue to seek out those stories of good people making good things happen in our world.

I do hope this “Best of” roundup of Doubting Believer’s year will make you smile.

The most viewed, liked and shared Facebook post came toward the end of the year.

Looks like we all like the idea of more light. If you want to be intentional about spreading more light this year, click here > to check out my online class Light up the World.

While I had some Tiktok videos with more views, this one had the most likes and shares.

My most popular Instagram post of 2021. Seems about right from an account called Doubting Believer.

As far as posts from this site go, my number one post every year since I wrote it in 2018 continues to be:

Top 10 Excuses for Not Going to Church

My top blog post from 2021 is (not surprisingly):

A Pandemic Prayer for the Vaccinated

Blessings to you on the year ahead.

Get some rest.

Connect with people you love.

Do something fun.

Talk to God.

Take radically good care of yourself. The world needs you.

Rev. Anne Russ is an ordained pastor in the Presbyterian Church (USA), currently based in New York City. Doubting Believer provides tools and encouragement for the rollercoaster ride of your faith journey. Follow me on Facebook , Instagram and YouTube. You can also follow on TikTok. Get emails to keep up with all that is happening.

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