Where does the most important - and interesting - part of our life really get started?
In the teachings of Jesus, sometimes the best example of someone who is right before God isn't who society thinks it is
As any good 12-step program teaches, the first step is to admit that we have a problem, and that we are powerless to help ourselves
As it turns out, there are many good places to pray, and perhaps no bad places to pray. However, what we pray matters, too.
If God doesn't answer our requests before we give up continuing to pray for them, whose fault is that?
With enough time, even the lowliest of efforts can often prevail against a much stronger force
Not every lesson comes with a preview of what we should learn from it. When we get that insight, though, let's make good use of it
If you've been part of the family of God for a while, does it sometimes feel like you should get a little more credit for that?
Even if we have found restoration into the family of God, do we want the same thing for all others who need to find that same joy?
Even with a windfall, we're likely to find ourselves out of resources if we're selfish and wasteful
Could our actions change our attitude?
Whether we call it worry or fear, a little bit of perspective can help to free us from both
Jesus didn't just tell us not to worry and explain why we shouldn't worry; He also gave us an alternative