Our motivations to improve ourselves or turn over a new leaf are often selfish. Zach Nielsen encourages us: “Why not commit to something with others and for others?”
The end of December brings renewed contemplation about new goals for the new year. But this year, why not consider a slight twist to the usual practice of New Year’s resolutions? Why not make all your resolutions communally shaped? Maybe it’s a Bible reading plan, or a new diet, or a new structure for spending time with your kids.
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