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December 28, 2018, 12:00 AM

New Year's Resolutions

Everyone makes New Year's Resolutions... At least most people do. They resolve to loss weight, eat healthier, exercise more, save more money, break a bad habit, and the list goes on. But how many of us make a resolution to attend church more, act more like a Christian or let God take over and guide us in our lives?

Now that the busy Holiday Season is over, I plan to keep going with learning how to stay focused with God at the Center of my life and learn more about becoming a more faithful follower of Christ. Please share share how you plan to interact and stay focused on God  this year. We would love see what everyone is doing this year!!

To keep the discussion going, here are some questions to ponder:

What are your New Year's Resolutions for 2019?

How do you plan to include God every day?

Where are you seeing God in in your everyday life right now?


02-12-2019 at 12:02 PM
Judy Ward
I visited Sweet Lavania Lambert yesterday. Many of you know her she our greeter for about 20 years. Her son, Clay, organized, or helped organized KerrKonnect, which provides rides for a very reasonable rate. They desperately need volunteers to drive and in the office. Please call 830-315-5377. Again, this quest is from Lavania!
01-16-2019 at 1:26 PM
Pastor Randall
I am writing for the February newsletter an article about making resolutions.
01-06-2019 at 12:42 PM
Judy Ward
I stopped making resolutions long ago. This year I promise to read my Bible and pray daily.
01-02-2019 at 9:17 PM
I rarely actually make resolutions. I do hope to find ways to include God everyday through prayer and study groups. Fellowship with others in my church family will bring me a long way. Right now I see God everyday in how we manage to keep our business running amid all adversities that keep being thrown our way.
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