Whether you’re an outsider to a tradition that seems strange or wondering about your own, try to move beyond your “head” to your “heart.” Instead of critiquing what doesn’t make sense, ask where traditions come from.
Before making your New Year’s resolutions this year, take some time to reflect on the past year.
As the New Year begins, I have been thinking about how we are reminded to take off our old selves and clothe ourselves in our true identity in Christ. We are invited to put on our new identity and then to clothe ourselves with things that suit our new identity, such as compassion, kindness, humility, gentleness and patience.
Making New Year’s resolutions won’t make us better people, but being filled with the Holy Spirit will give us life.
New Year’s resolutions are a good way to keep with God’s growth plan. Read about what I’ve learned from failing with my resolutions in the past.
Are resolutions a waste of time? Many people assume resolutions are doomed to fail. Is there a way for them to succeed?
The new year is a great time to reflect on where you are and where you’d like to be. This simple social media challenge will help you look for opportunities to start deeper conversations with your friends.
Get some ideas to turn holiday conversations — from Christmas to New Year's Day — toward Jesus.
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