Diocese offers New Year's resolutions help

Thu 02 Jan 2014
By Administrator User

Examples include listening to the Bible for 28 minutes every day or saying a prayer of thanks for food and family before a meal.

People struggling to find a new year's resolution are being given a helping hand by the Diocese of Hereford

It has released a list of ideas for people on their website. Examples include listening to the Bible for 28 minutes every day or saying a prayer of thanks for food and family before a meal. Anni Holden is from the Diocese of Hereford.

She told Premier's News Hour about the kind of resolutions people should be looking into:

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