Every year about this time, I list goals for the upcoming year -- new year resolutions, if you will. I know it’s kind of cheesy, but I love that feeling of starting fresh.
Then, I think about some of the families I’ve met in my work as a World Vision communicator in the United States, and I realize that they don’t have time to think about these kinds of goals.
For many U.S. families living in poverty, it's a struggle just to provide food and shelter for their loved ones.
One such family is the Cutrights from West Virginia.