When we welcome visitors, shouldn't we also welcome those whose faithfulness has enriched the body of Christ?
Do you trust Jesus at His word even if you haven't yet seen the results from your latest request or act of faith?
Carrying the weight of sin around is painful. If we just come clean and admit that we have failed, would a loving God welcome us back?
No matter what humankind has done to distort the word of Jesus, His untainted good news of hope and salvation is for everyone.
We may not have starred in a Terminator movie, but there is someone we need to follow if we want to live.
Maybe some of the things in the church that we think are a big deal, aren't actually as important as we thought.
Have you ever found that something that looked good in the dark didn't hold up in the light? (Maybe your socks not matching?)
Sometimes, waiting until it's time to go is too late to get ready.
Is it so difficult for us (and others) to accept that there may be more than just this limited world?
Why do some people not accept the truth, even when it is clear to others?
What would you say to someone who simply wouldn't believe you, despite evidence to the contrary?
Wouldn't it be foolish to forge ahead with just a guess, when the right answer is readily available, if we would only ask?
We may already love God, but what does it look like when that is the most important thing in our day?
Are you ever scared to talk with God, afraid that He is just waiting for you to start talking so that He can punish you?
Do you ever have a nightmare that you're in front of the class, and you don't know the answers?