Singer Tina Campbell and her husband Teddy managed to mend their marital issues in 2014, and now the gospel star and drummer are sharing some of their joint goals for 2015.
The couple has a joint Instagram account where they recently wrote a note about some things they hope to achieve in 2015.
"Note to self: For 2015 love more purely, give the understanding you'd like to get, be more patient with others, consider others, be less insensitive, compliment others more, let stuff go, pray for people even when there's no crisis, practice listening instead of being heard, read the Bible and talk to Jesus more than anyone else," the Instagram note reads. "Be quiet and listen to the Holy Spirit more than anyone else. Be disciplined! Stop making excuses! Be better..on purpose!"
Tina overcame her husband's nine infidelities in 2013 and watched God heal her brokenness in 2014. This year Tina will release a solo album and book, which she spoke to The Christian Post about earlier this year.
"I went through my challenges that I went through last year with infidelity. In the process of writing journals to God, I ended up writing a book that I didn't know I was writing," she told CP. "Once I finished, God started downloading all of this music into me and I knew that God gave it to me to give it away. I knew when it came time to give it away, I didn't want to just do things as usual."
After publicly battling the death of her father and husband's infidelities in public forums in 2013, the singer insisted that she and her husband are living proof that modern day miracles still happen.
"I know God opened up the Red Sea for the children of Israel; He kept the three Hebrew boys from getting burned up in the fire; He kept Daniel from getting eaten by that lion, but He also kept Tina and Teddy from a broken marriage and He did it in one year," Tina told CP. "That is a modern-day miracle. So anybody who can come to experience that God is still doing miracles, God is still proving Himself, the Bible is still real and it can still work in your life, I would think that anybody can be encouraged by that."