“We’re like a tree that’s planted by the water, we shall not be moved!”
In what way(s) would you like to become a stronger Christian this year?
I’ve said before that all people have a place in the community of believers. The New Year is a good time to undertake a new journey in faith.
A lot of people do this by resolving to attend church more often. Some people succeed in maintaining regular attendance throughout the year. As a praise band member, I’ve found a hilarious occurrence. Attendance tends to go from the teens to the thirties in January. The weeks slowly progress, and we lose a few people each time, until regular low attendance occurs again in April. During the summer is when we get our record lows of four and six.
Yes, I’ll admit that church can be
somewhat kind of very boring sometimes, especially when you “have more important things to do” with your weekend.
Personally, I feel that if I forget God so much during the week in my words and my actions, then it won’t hurt me to spend an hour or two on the weekend learning about him.
Incidentally, the worship leader proposed that all praise band members resolve bring a friend to church this month. Logically, inviting more people should help attendance.
Here are a few ideas if you would like your own Christian New Year’s Resolution:
“I resolve to be more Christlike in my words and actions.”
“I also resolve to bring a friend to church this month. Thank you, worship leader.”