Sometimes, just taking a class isn't enough for us to actually learn anything.
In a world overflowing with surface-level relationships, how can we find a well-grounded foundation?
As we watch how people are put on a pedestal in society, what can we learn from that?
How can we make sure that we are ready and able to produce good things in our lives?
Just because adults can eat solid food, doesn't mean that they can't drink milk, too.
Have you ever considered the difference between "giving" and "sharing"?
If we want to accomplish great things with others, we may not be able to get there by remaining at a surface level in our relationships.
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What would Jesus do if an overtly demon-possessed person showed up in church?
Is living a life of righteousness enough, or should we consider how other people perceive our actions, as well?
Faith doesn't have to avoid the truth. In fact, it really should be based on truth, if it's worth following.
If we're going to have an impact on the lives of others, let's try to make it a good one.
Do you ever feel like you're just stuck in a series of "random encounters" in life? What if there was a quest that could eliminate them, entirely?
We don't get to decide how to encounter God. Only He can make that decision.