What does the new year mean to you?

Hello, and Happy New Year!
As we embark on a new year, we wanted to do something a little different for this week’s Monday Meal.
I wonder what the new year means to you? Does it mean a fresh start? Is it a clean slate or page on which to write the next chapter of your life? Are you
like me reminded that God’s mercy is new every morning?
Do you have any goals you’d like to acomplish in the coming year?
If you’d be willing to share your thoughts either on 2007 or 2008, we’d love to hear from you!
Maybe you have creative ways you’ve brought in the new year in the past? 

We would also like to know what you’d like to see for the Monday Meal in 2008. Is there a topic you’d like us to expand on? Would you like us to cover something
we haven’t touched on yet?
We would really appreciate your feedback, and we encourage you to share the Monday Meal with others as well!
Thank you for sharing this time with us each week. We really enjoy this devotional time together, and the feedback we’ve received thus far has been a great

Keep that feedback coming, and we’ll see you in 2008! 

To send us feedback, you can call the InHimCast comment line at: (206) 984-4842.
This comment line is used for any aspect of our ministry, and your feedback could be aired on a future edition of the InHimCast!
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December 31, 2007. The Monday Meal.

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