By the end of this week, a new year will have begun - 2010. Almost hard to believe, isn't it?
As we move ahead, we know that New Year's resolutions can be a dime a dozen. We all make them, and few of us follow them through. But that doesn't mean we shouldn't try.
We may have a few personal things that we're going to resolve in 2010 - trim a few pounds, stop smoking, get right with God, rekindle a friendship, or be a better person.
As a community, our resolutions may not be so personal, even though we could certainly work as one toward many goals.