'ALL THINGS NEW'

Researchers estimate that between 40 and 50 percent of American adults make a New Year's resolution each year. And while it can often be difficult to sustain these goals, it's clear that such resoultions do help people make positive choices in shaping their lives. In fact, one study showed that nearly half of everyone who made a New Year's resolution had successfully kept it six months later (National Public Radio, "How to Make New Year's Resolutions Stick," December 26, 2008).

The ideal of the New Year as a clean slate can extend to spiritual renewal, as well. This week's Sentinel focuses on how God's promise "I make all things new" (Rev. 21:5) transforms our lives and our experiences.

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