Around this time last year, I wrote the words: "Reaching the end of December has been a relief. I am glad 2019 is (nearly) over. I’m also glad I made it through. God’s strength is what got me through it all. Not my own strength." Change the year to this year and we could be… Continue reading What’s Your Word
A few years ago I embarked on a social media project. It was a project about encouragement. I began thinking about the impending New Year's and the inevitable resolutions that people make. What is it they say? A high percentage of resolutions are broken within the first few weeks of January. People have good intentions… Continue reading What’s Your Word?
Every January 1, resolutions are easy to make. And, write about. But, come May? Well, that's different.
To succeed in resolutions or goals, maybe what's needed is just a simple word: What's Your Word?