Have those around us forgotten God's words? Have we? If so, what does God say that we should do about it?
Being a hero doesn't require superpowers. Sometimes, it just means stepping up to do what needs to be done.
While "discipline" is a word that comes with a lot of baggage, let's take a closer look at what it should actually look like.
When we stray off the path - whether because we're distracted or just rebellious - God loves us enough to guide us back.
As followers of Jesus, we should seek to live according to His example, but we have nothing to prove to those whose expectations of Christians are incorrect.
Being thankful doesn't always have to be for what we have already received. Sometimes, it is anticipating that God will provide for us.
A careful look at Scripture may suggest that we "have to" do fewer things than we think, allowing us to "get to" do more of God's will for our lives.
Can we be inspired to make room in our lives for God's messages and opportunities?
There is sometimes just more than we can understand. This is where faith must fill in the gaps.
Is it possible that there are basic things that are true, but we just don't "get" them?
If we shouldn't exasperate our children, what should we do for them, instead?
Sometimes, those who pray out loud at church use some pretty fancy words to talk with God. While that's ok (but not necessary), here are a few quick definitions to help you follow along.
What does it mean to "have devotions" as part of the Christian walk?