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Tuesday, 12 July 2011 08:43

New Year Celebrations

  1. Claim Your Life in the New Year

    Refuse to echo the cultural prejudices and worldviews of others. Claim your life as a unique individual with a special purpose. Read More

  2. Improve Your Mental, Physical, and Spiritual Health for 2015
    By Stephanie Reck

    Feed your spirit.Restore your soul. Set boundaries. Make Priorities ...Construct your determination with Sustained Effort, Controlled Attention, and Concentrated Energy.Read More

  3. New Year, New Season, and Letting Go
    By Stephanie Reck

    This is a time to leave the "wilderness" and enter into your "promised land." You cannot carry old, dead-weights into your promised land, but you must diligently lay aside all that would weigh you down; your burdens and concerns of this world. Read More
    By Bola Olu-Jordan

    The Seven C's of Success. Read More

    By Tesh Njokanma

    While some are still wallowing in the losses, setbacks and disappointments of this year, some others are busy gloating over their achievements this year.It is time for quiet and sober reflection. Read More

  6. New Year Considerations
    by Ramona Cook

    Our well intentioned Resolutions are only air unless we put them into a workable form; a planned form, and then proceed to use the determination and self-discipline that is required to bring about success to whatever degree it materializes for us. Pray. Plan. Proceed!
    Direction. Detail. Determination. Destination! Read More

  7. A Prayer for the New Year

    "Ask and it will be given to you; seek and you will find; knock and the door will be opened to you. (Matthew 7:7 N.I.V)

    Our father in Heaven,... we know that all things are possible, and that we will achieve a lot of what we hope for this year, with your help and guidance. Read More

  8. New Year's Spirit

    By Jennifer Hamner

    In 2011, Americans spent $62 billion to lose weight and get in shape : the #1 resolution for most people. However our first priority should be the shape of our spiritual life. Read more

  9. What You Should Strive for in the New Year

    “Flee the evil desires of youth, and pursue righteousness, faith, love and peace, along with those who call on the Lord out of a pure heart. (2 Timothy 2:22 N.I.V)  Read More

  10. Love More in the New Year

    A heart of stone is hard, cold and unyielding, while a heart of flesh can feel love for God and all men.  A heart of flesh is compassionate, kind, patient, nurturing, and a suitable environment for the Holy Spirit. Is your heart hard?  Resolve this New Year to get a new heart with the right desires.  Read More

  11. Develop Your Character in the New Year

    This is a hard world which can shake and break us especially those who want to follow the road of faith. We need to focus all our energies on achieving strength, fitness and maturity so that we can stand firm as we pursue our purpose. Read More
  12. New Year's Resolutions
    by Jerry Ousley

    Perhaps you’ve been good at keeping these things, but I never have been. You begin with sincerity and really want to make improvements in your life. But it is so hard to develop new habits isn’t it? We can find that closer relationship with God this New Year, but it will take some work on our part. It will take dedication to Him and a commitment to Christ. If you’ve never given your life to Him do it today. Simply ask Him, believe Him, and then spend time with Him. If you seek, you will find (Matthew 7:7). Now that’s one New Year’s resolution worth keeping. Read More
  13. A Resolve for Every Morning of the New Year

    Daily affirmation for growth..... Read more

  14. BELIEVE! By Beatrice Ofwona

    God gives us power to sustain us when our faith is depleting. Our memories should serve us well in reminding us of who He really is and what we have read and experienced about Him. In hard times, He is the only stability that remains, the only rock that we can stand on, by belief through Christ.... Read more

  15. Celebrating the New Year: Make Resolutions You should Keep. By Mary Isaacs

The most important thing we need to remember as Christians making New Year resolutions is to put God first.  “Commit your way to the LORD; trust in him and he will do this: He will make your righteousness shine like the dawn, the justice of your cause like the noonday sun.”(Psalms 37:5-6)..... Read more


Faith affords us the righteousness of Christ, and in Him we can ask him anything. The Prayer of a righteous person is powerful and effective. Read More


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