It is tired, it is overdone, but it is also true: The start of a new year is a great time to at least try to consider new habits.
Messengers to the Missouri Baptist Convention approved five resolutions without comment or debate during their closing session Oct. 29 at Tan-Tar-A Resort, including one on same-sex marriage and another on human sex trafficking.
Messengers to the Southern Baptist Convention approved resolutions reaffirming their convictions regarding the means of salvation and a literal Adam and Eve, while stating their opposition to rhetoric that equates gay rights with the civil rights of racial and ethnic minorities.â¨â¨
OSAGE BEACH - Proposed resolutions messengers considered stirred passions at the 177th Missouri Baptist Convention annual meeting, which was otherwise a quiet one.
Consider making resolutions that look upward and outward -- focusing on making a difference in people's lives and expanding God's kingdom. Resolve to change the world one dollar, one act of kindness or one advocacy call at a time.
What do you want to accomplish in the year ahead? January is a great time to start a resolution — TIME Magazine says nearly half of us will. So today start on the resolution you made in the early glow of New Year possibilities.