If God can use an amount of money so small that we named a class of subatomic particles after it, He can use what we have to offer for His purposes.
Change can be difficult, but it is easier when we are becoming who we were meant to be.
Would we rather "fit in", or become something brand-new and different?
Just as a shakeup brings certain materials to the surface of a mixture, trials in our own lives show what resides in our hearts.
Being stuck with too many unpleasant things is no fun. What if we could have an abundance of something much, much better?
Whether or not we find joy in the company of another person, there is another sort of completeness - one of faith, shown by deeds - that we can all experience.
Knowing without doing is apathy. Doing without knowing is ignorance. What does the right combination look like, though?
When we have no other choice, a challenging solution may be the only one. However, when a better way is available, it's irrational to not make use of it.
Can we really effect positive change if all we do is condemn evil, and stop there?
We may look forward to something better in eternity, but this doesn't replace the work required of us here on earth, first.
Would the word of God have a greater impact on us if it included our own names?
A guest post from my youngest.
Wouldn't it be great to be given the role of ambassador by someone with enough authority to do so?
Is it possible that we - in pride - have sometimes picked the wrong character as the hero in famous stories?
Just because we didn't actually do something wrong, doesn't always mean we aren't at fault that it happened.