Friday, January 1, 2010


I cannot believe that we have reached the year 2010. It seems like just yesterday I was sitting at the lunch table with fellow high school classmates discussing "Y2K." I vividly remember New Year's Eve 1999, anticipating the change of the clock. Although things did not change as drastically as we had thought possible, no doubt so much has happened in our lives since!

I have been thinking over my goals for the new year - many having to do with organizing and de-cluttering! - but I pray that they would go much deeper than that. I pray that I would give of myself for the sake of loving Christ and loving others, in order that the Lord may be honored. May my number one resolution be that Christ be glorified in how I spend each moment of this new year. "See then that you walk circumspectly, not as fools but as wise, redeeming the time, because the days are evil" (Ephesians 5:15).

I was reading some of our friends' blog and was very encouraged by what Amy had posted in regard to thinking on the new year and reflecting on the one past. I wanted to pass this on. Click here to read. Thank you, Amy, for taking time to share.


And Happy Birthday to my brother K.J.!! January 1st has always been extra special to our family because we also celebrate K.J. on this momentous day. We are so thankful for your life and ministry, my brother. You are greatly loved!

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