this idea is from my friend.
EDIT: I tried it and this is what I came up with â€¦ Enjoy.
JANUARY: They need to get the money out of it while the market is good and itâ€™s good to move someplace less stressful than New York â€¦ but there will be tears, necessary, good, and healing tears.
FEBRUARY: I think many of the problems our churches have faced are because we are not paying enough attention to how we live the path of discipleship, and, instead, we attempt to â€œdisciplineâ€ good, faithful people for not following the rules.
MARCH: Now, as I get ready to send her off â€¦ more than anything, I feel blessed to have been chosen as her mom.
APRIL: Life is good.
MAY: How can we tout we are a Christian nation and then act so inhospitable?
JUNE: And we should provide ways of nurturing and encouraging love and spiritual understanding in marriage.
JULY: And .. maybe â€¦ we can get more of us to start blogging more often.
AUGUST: We donâ€™t know how long she was stuck this time â€¦ but she left a huge mess in the hottub.
SEPTEMBER: I always try to relate my articles to something going on in my life and to the church at large â€¦ dealing with issues of transformation, discipleship, engaging community, evangelism â€¦ things that relate to my job here in the Church.
OCTOBER: Anyway, itâ€™s her birthday â€¦ so please, give her a call, an email, or a hug â€¦ let her know that her mere presence in the world blesses our lives in ways weâ€™ve never imagined.
NOVEMBER: God bless him and his fiancÃ©, and, God, please bless me with the right words to say and issues to raise.
DECEMBER: I also have a few other little things that make me happy these days â€¦ Christmas trees, home-made Chicken soup, and my wonderful husband.
Not a bad way to review the year â€¦ I got to look back on a lot of my posts and remember where I was and what was going on â€¦ it was a full year.