Resolutions are wishes, and are about as effective as hunting for an elusive leprechaun in order to extract from him his magical pot of gold at the end of a skittle rainbow. Goals, on the other hand, emerge from a clear recognition of one's sense of vocation and purpose. I'll say it again: goals are the fruit of a different tree.
One of my goals is to limit and make more sense of my internet footprint. This goal stems from a desire to open up vistas of apprenticeship for people within the AG and larger pentecostal tribe who want to bridge a sense of orthodoxy with a practice of following Jesus that makes sense in 21st century USAmerica. At the moment, I'm practically the sole contributor to what's known as our "hyphenated-emergent" expression of faith, Emerging Pentecostal. This is okay, if not entirely redundant. The problem for me, though is twofold: one, I'm managing a very myopic conversation; two, there are many more voices waiting to be heard. Now that the problem has been identified, it's time to come up with a good solution. I'm planning to let go the lease on the EP domain name in April, after which time I hope we've generated enough conversation to have a plan. Maybe we can teleconference at tokbox.com.