CMMag Resolutionaries


It's that time of the year where we celebrate all that God did in 2009 and look forward to 2010 with hope and anticipation…otherwise known as making resolutions.

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Here are resolutions from the Children's Ministry Magazine staff:

Carmen (associate editor) is "making a goal for this year to run (or maybe walk!) the Boulder Boulder." (The rest of us will cheer her on from the sidelines with lattes and doughnuts!)

Craig (staff photographer) is resolved to make no resolutions, but he asked "Did I just make one?"

Jennifer (managing editor) is going to "stop beating up myself for the little failures that add up to everyday life." (So wise for one so young!)

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RoseAnne (art director) says "Resolutions? Me?? What are you implying? That I need to change?" (never!)

Celia (administrative assistant) says "My resolution is to stop using my treadmill as a place to store my books and actually get on it and turn it on." (So maybe Celia will do the Boulder Boulder with Carmen!)

Kathy (associate editor) wants "to be more aware of self-inflicted busyness and spend more time with friends." (and all her friends rejoice!)

Suzi (computer graphic artist) will be sending "more handwritten notes, letters, etc. to friends and family." (no more facebook, Suzi?)

And, me, well I'm with Craig…I don't like making resolutions much but I'm resolved in 2010 to "not sweat the small stuff, and it's all small stuff in light of eternity."

So…what are you hoping and praying for this year?

Happy New Year from our team to you!


About Author

Christine Yount Jones

Christine has more than 26 years of children’s ministry experience. She is the Executive Editor of Children’s Ministry Magazine, has authored many books and articles on children’s ministry, and serves as Group’s Children’s Ministry Champion. She’s responsible for development and innovation of new resources.

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