Are you having trouble coming up with Christian New Years resolutions? Beginning the New Year with such goals in mind can do wonders for improving yourself and others. Here are a few suggestions to consider as well as some tips on how to keep them.
One of the most common Christian New Years resolutions is to attend church more often. Whether you only attend during holidays or you wish to make it to Wednesdays as well as Sundays each week, this goal can help enormously in keeping you spiritually fulfilled and active in the community. This can also help improve your social life as you get to know other members of the church and attend more events.
Another commonly used Christian New Years resolutions would have to be the issue of charity. Whether it’s tithing more, contributing toward spiritually based charities, or simply volunteering at soup kitchens or homeless shelters, this goal is a wonderful way to contribute to the world around you as well as help your church personally.
What are more Christian New Years resolutions? Witnessing is another common goal for many. Whether it’s spreading God’s word through word of mouth, visitation, writing, or just by example, this is an important goal for many. In addition to helping others find their spiritual path, you will also increase your church’s population numbers each Sunday.
Of course, there are other Christian New Years resolutions that aren’t necessarily connected so directly to your personal church. Perhaps you wish to find a new spiritual home, or you wish to publish your own religious poetry or fiction. You may wish to pursue your dreams to be a pastor or missionary. Regardless of your religious goal, you will be able to help yourself and others.
What about keeping your Christian New Years resolutions? As with any goal, attempting your resolutions in a group will greatly increase you chances of success. Don’t be afraid to discuss your goals with others or confess your fears or relapses. Having their support during your times of need will be a great comfort.
In addition to this, keeping a journal will also help. Writing a daily entry will help you grow accustomed to having a routine. In addition to this, you will be able to see your progress as time passes. During difficult periods, you can refer to previous entries to help see things in a more positive light.
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