Can we actively look forward to growing older when we are grown up, just as much as we did when we were young?
What about the guy who didn't make the "apostolic cut" in the Bible?
What's so organized about religion?
If "work expands to the time allotted", how can we be most productive for what really matters?
In a fast-paced world, can we find ourselves trying to get ahead of God's plan?
While there is a time for sorrow and repentance when we are convicted by knowledge of our sins, there are also times for celebration and rejoicing in the faithfulness of a great God.
For all this talk about naming each generation and classifying their personalities, I have never met an entire generation at once.
What do you get when you fill up a container with more than it can hold?
It can be intimidating to think about living up to God's calling, but He is with us along the way.
In a world where every week brings a new medical study, are there things that are more important than only staying alive one more day?
What can we do to mature in our faith, rather than becoming "adult children"?
Learning a new skill is a lot more effective when we have something to practice that skill on.
It's one thing to be stuck without something to pass the time. Are there cases where we're busy doing something that looks productive, but is actually pointless?
Are we dragging unnecessary burdens through our lives?