Just like us, what other people believe is more about the difference it makes in their lives, and not just a label.
Our posture (and its effects on us) tells us what we spend time at. How can we invest in activities that produce good results, even if we have a few aches and pains as a result?
Aligning ourselves with Jesus requires a visible change in our lifestyle. No amount of claims can compensate for not trying to follow His instructions diligently.
Have you ever had a confusing conversation with someone and realized that they (or you) were using the wrong word, and talking about something completely different?
In the book of Hebrews, we are not only directed to make good choices, but also to help others to do good.
Even at our lowest points, Jesus is good to His word. He has proven it, and will remain with us through our trials to the end.
With experience, we find that both the good times and the bad times come and go. What do we do during the bad times, though?
When we have good news, the natural reaction is to share it. Sometimes, when the rough times come, we have to search a little bit for things to be thankful for, but they can be found.
Sometimes, the message we need to hear is simply a passage from the Bible - with no frills, trimmings, or commentary.
Is there a better way to get along with difficult Christians, other than just gritting our teeth and toughing it out?
When we hear someone calling out to us, what is our first reaction?
What if we set aside just one thing today to do something with a greater purpose?