Monthly Archives: January 2014

What Does It Mean to Make the Lord a Priority?

Let’s make the Lord a priority this year. Have you heard this exhortation before? It’s a common point in many a new year’s sermon or—ahem—bulletin article. And it is a point upon which many a Christian would nod their heads … Continue reading

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A New Year, A New Set of Resolutions (part 2)

Yesterday I posted a few suggestions that I hoped would be helpful in keeping new resolutions. Upon further reflection, I think there are three more that I’d like to add. If you’ve made some resolutions, or just want to change … Continue reading

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A New Year—A New Set of Resolutions

Well, Happy New Year! I trust that things have gotten off on the right foot for you—so far. While we’re thinking about new starts, new years, new beginnings, let me once again nudge you about a new blog I’ve started … Continue reading

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