By February, many resolution makers have abandoned their New Year’s goals. Whether the resolutions were to lose weight, live a healthier lifestyle, save money or something else, many are scrapped before spring.
On a typical Sunday morning, Rev. George Herndon sports traditional church garb: a button-down shirt, a tie, a suit, and closed-toe shoes.
Macon’s Wesleyan College is a “Best Value” private college for 2012, according to The Princeton Review, one of the United States’ most widely known education services and test preparation companies. The Princeton Review teamed with USA TODAY, the nation's most widely read print newspaper, to present its list, “The Princeton Review Best Value Colleges for 2012.” The list features 150 schools in 37 states – 75 public and 75 private colleges and universities. Of the 75 schools chosen in each category (public and private), the top 10 are ranked 1 to 10, and the remaining 65 are listed in alphabetical order and unranked. Wesleyan College has consistently appeared on the list since the program was launched in 2004.
Boundaries indicate a separation or limits. The Bible chronicles boundaries between the rich and the poor, men and women, and the Jews and the Samaritans. However, Jesus came along and constantly ignored those boundaries.
There is a television show on the Oprah Winfrey Network called “Extreme Clutter.” Peter Walsh, the show’s host and organization expert, helps families whose lives have been greatly impacted by excessive items. Walsh walks the family through a step-by-step process to remove the extreme clutter and transform their lives.