Most Christians would recognize an idol in the shape of a man or an animal, but are there other forms that an idol can take?
It's easy to do the right thing when surrounded by people who are doing the same thing. What about where good things are unpopular, though?
If we can't even figure out what gifts someone else will like, are there better ways to take on the uncertainties of life itself?
Having freedom but living like we do not seems like a waste of a good opportunity, doesn't it?
Are our offerings acceptable to a holy God?
There is a cost to following Jesus, but how does it compare to the cost of trying to succeed on our own?
We know that Jesus reached out to those who were sick and hungry. What about those who were wealthy or powerful?
Is there more to spiritual understanding than just what we can learn by ourselves?
What does it actually mean to see again when we have been spiritually blind?
If our salvation is already paid for by Jesus' sacrifice, why should we continue to work for God?
If it is nearly impossible for the wealthy to enter the kingdom of God, can those in rich countries still be Christians?
If you've got a great story to tell, why keep it to yourself?
Before we concern ourselves with what God will do for those who haven't heard about Jesus, what will we do with the same information?
What should be our attitude towards those who have not heard the message of Jesus?
Meeting someone famous can be fun, but what if we were right there and didn't recognize a new friend who wanted to meet us?