If we told someone that we loved Jesus, and followed Him, would they be surprised?
Just like a computer that has become cluttered with junk, our lives sometimes need a "reboot" as well, in order for us to operate at our best.
When our view is distorted and clouded, how do we gauge what is straight and what is crooked?
For followers of Jesus, the hope of the future doesn't start in Heaven, but with the opportunities of today.
Both failures and great accomplishments in our past can keep us from moving forward and doing important things in the future.
Paul, in his letter to the early church in Rome, had some specific things to say about diversity of how to serve God.
Sometimes, we get too chose what will help us remember where we came from. Other times, reminders of our past are acquired without our consent.
Common sense suggests that we stockpile resources (or at least some money) before going on a trip. Why did Jesus suggest otherwise for his disciples, once?
Like an angry fish, fighting to get free, bad thoughts can be aggressive in their intrusiveness.
Is there more to the saying, "under-promise and over-deliver", than just good customer service?
Sharing the great news about Jesus is good, but doesn't need to be a haphazard activity.
When we find ourselves in a situation that we can't fix ourselves, we are relieved when we see someone extend an outstretched hand to help us out.
Regardless of our physical strength and dexterity, each of us has gotten into a situation that we can't get out of.
Despite the barrage of unsolicited advice that comes our way, wise and insightful instruction can be life-changing.
Jesus was - and is - a lot of things. If we miss out on some of His roles, we miss out on getting to know Him more completely.