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Most Popular Posts and Podcasts of 2019

2019 has been a good year for Redeeming Productivity. I launched the podcast, added the “Reagan’s Roundup” feature, and have seen steady growth in the number of readers and listeners. I’ve also been able to connect with a lot of wonderful, likeminded people who I never would have met otherwise. I am very thankful the Lord has allowed me to have this ministry.

I thought it would be fun to look back on the year. So in that vein, here are the top five blog posts and podcast episodes from 2019 based on number of pageviews and downloads.

Most Popular Blog Posts for 2019

#1 – The Whole Sin of the Half-Distracted Mind

#2 – Why Reading Your Bible Daily is the Best Way to Be Productive

#3 – How I Use the Bullet Journal Method to Steward My Attention

#4 – How to Master Any Subject by Making it Interesting

#5 – How to Stop Being So Lazy


Most Popular Podcast Episodes for 2019

#1 – Episode 14 – Tim Challies Interview

#2 – Episode 12 – Interview with Adam Ford, Creator of The Babylon Bee

#3 – Episode 13 – 10 Tips for Reading Better

#4 – Episode 16 – Rebinding Bibles to the Glory of God with Jeffery Rice

#5 – Episode 1 – Show Intro and Tips for Seminarians


Looking Forward

I’m excited to see how the Lord will use Redeeming Productivity in 2020. I have tons of ideas for blogs, podcasts, interviews, and video content that I can’t wait to unveil in the new year.

Thanks so much for caring enough to read and listen to some weirdo on the internet offering suggestions for how to live your life.

I’ll see you in 2020. But until then, in whatever you do, do it well and do it all to the glory of God!

– Reagan Rose

Slave of Jesus Christ, husband, father, and Director of Digital Platforms at Grace to You. I also blog for The Master's Seminary.

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