If you saw something heading for a bad accident, and could warn them, would you?
Sometimes, our hearts, minds, and souls need some reshaping, but it's not always going to be fun.
Can the things, persons, or entities in whom we put our trust deliver salvation for us when we're in an otherwise-hopeless situation?
We may not like unsolicited criticism, but is it always unwarranted?
In the Bible, there seems to be good precedent for taking the time to explain the truth, and to listen to others carefully.
Is marginalization a new technique for excluding those who don't agree with the crowd?
Who do we talk to about getting some changes made around here?
If we are fallible, how can we find the truth?
How is it that we can sometimes have the most difficult time noticing when we are the one who is wrong?
To what should followers of Jesus compare themselves and their righteousness?
How should we handle advice to "keep out" of certain groups, when it comes to sharing the good news about Jesus?
How can we discern good traditions from unhealthy traditions? Jesus Christ gave us some clear guidance on that.
What should we do when asked a question that seems impossible to answer?
What should we expect to hear when we reach out to those who society doesn't like? What should we do about it?
If you had to choose, would you rather have success and purpose without personal freedom, or to be physically free and a failure?
We rightly honor and remember those whose lives were taken away too early. There is another name, though, that addresses the root cause of the world's problems.
What do we do when there's nothing that we can do to repair something important?
No matter how handy we are, there comes a time when another layer of duct tape isn't going to fix the problem.
How else can we sort out what is true from what is false?
Just saying something is true doesn't make it so. How do we tell the difference?