How do we remember what is most important, and get the word out to those who need to hear it?
Caring for others, like caring for our homes, is a lot of work. There's no need to pretend, though.
We may or may not think a lot about what to wear in a day, but do we think about how we are going to behave?
Learning is a good thing, but what happens when we learn what we shouldn't?
If one person is being harmed by sin's effects more than another, which one is more in need of healing from Jesus?
Like a lot of things, pretending to love people is easier than actually doing a good job of it.
Voice-acted video games might not know details about who is playing, but we don't have that excuse: each of us knows who we are following.
While we would do well to remember that our fellow human beings have a finite amount of time an energy, there is One whose resources are limitless.
If more money, more power, or more popularity doesn't guarantee happiness, then what will?
Are we willing to invest what is important to us, in order to achieve what is most important?
If being Jesus' disciple means following His example, what does that look like in our interactions with others?
In a world broken by sin and its effects on everyone, who is really to blame?