New Year's Resolutions of Gospel Artists in 2009

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What Some of Your Favorite Christian Artists Resolved in 2009

My New Year’s Resolution for 2009 is…

“…to stop eating so much chocolate…it’s my weakness.”  – gospel artist Josh Reedy (DecembeRadio)

“…to be closer to God and family.” – gospel artist Eric Miker (DecembeRadio)

“…to have more patience.”  – gospel artist Brian Bunn (DecembeRadio

“…to reach further into the world and draw closer to Jesus…everything else works out after that.”  – gospel artist Boone Daughdrill (DecembeRadio)

“… to say NO once in awhile, smile more, give my wife first dibs, and continue to tick off everyone in the Christian Music industry! – gospel artist Bob Halligan (Ceili Rain)

“…to look for more opportunities to share the gospel with the people around me.”  – gospel artist Stephen Hinkle

“…to spend more time saying ‘thank you’ to my Lord, my family, my fans, my friends, my staff and my media friends. Love you all.” – gospel artist Joanne Cash (sister of Johnny Cash)

“…to be content for an entire year. I love having dreams and goals, but sometimes those dreams make you ungrateful for what you have now.”  – gospel artist Lyrycyst

“…to find the last three Sesame Street magazines I’m missing from my collection (July-Sept 1984 if anyone can help).”  – gospel artist Mitch Parks (After Edmund)

“…to take more time everyday to be in devotion with God. Sometimes I find that it can be a challenge to find that time alone with God. But this coming year I really want to be disciplined and set aside a specific time that is God’s alone. I also want to read more books written by a variety of Christian authors.” – gospel artist Pam Walker (Carried Away)

“…to give more of my time and finances to those in need.”  – gospel artist Christine Prankard (Carried Away)

“…to be more like Christ. Each year I hope to be improving, and I can measure my progress by looking back and seeing changes in my life that have made me more like my Savior. I can’t do it on my own. No one can. I pray that God will continue to transform me from the inside out to do His will for 2009.” – gospel artist Tyler Seidenberg (Carried Away)

“…to read more books and watch less TV…..I am hooked on Fox News Channel’s On the Record with Greta.”  – gospel artist Denise Clark (Beloved)

“…to cook and eat more organically….GO GREEN!” – gospel artist Kim Gravel (Beloved)

“…learn to salsa dance……I want to be ready when Dancing With the Stars calls.”  – gospel artist Amy Goins (Beloved)

“…simple. I promise to Love more than I ever have before. I promise to give more than I ever have before. I promise to care more about people than I ever have before. This year it’s about serving and helping others as opposed to myself. It’s about going the extra mile, and feeling someone else’s pain. This year I BECOME a servant like never before. If I do this I know my life will be the best it’s ever been. 2009 here I come!!!” – gospel artist Kevin LeVar

“…be more diligent with my homework and work harder in school.” – gospel artist Noah Hayden (Mission Six)

“…to become an even better drummer!”  – gospel artist David Horner (Mission Six)

“…to work super hard at improving my craft of bass playing.” – gospel artist Michael Powers (Mission Six)

“…to read my Bible more and spend more time with God.”  – gospel artist Anthony Barthel (Mission Six)

“…not to make New Years Resolutions.”  – gospel artist Isaac Alling (Mission Six)

“…to get whiter teeth…” – gospel artist Ben Hosey (After Edmund)

“…to go the entire year without picking my nose. Tissue assisted blows only people!” – gospel artist Matt McFadden (After Edmund)

“…to finally write a song that’s not in the key of Ab.” – gospel artist Yates (After Edmund)

“…pretty much the same every year: to be a better person, a better Christian, a better husband, a better father and a better friend. Specifically, it is to complete my solo Christian CD and tour churches and Christian based outlets to spread the word of God, to help bring people to Christ. I believe the ‘real’ future is eternity, not the next 10, 20 or 30 years because against the backdrop of eternity those are very, very minute numbers. As much as I am concerned with the environment, the economy and our political stance on issues like war, genocide and famine, I am more concerned with where each and every one of us will spend eternity. Whether we like it or not there is one thing we all have in common and that is that one day soon we will have to stand before God and give an account of everything we’ve said and done in this body on this earth. So my ultimate resolution is to do my part to get as many people as possible to accept Jesus Christ as their savior and spend their eternal ‘future’ in Heaven.” – gospel artist Eliot Sloan (Blessid Union of Souls)

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