While God's discipline is loving, sometimes offensive behavior merits offensive consequences
In a world where claims are made based on anecdotal evidence, how should we evaluate the truth about God and Christianity?
Do we grow in our Christian faith just to better ourselves?
If you're going to let someone teach you, make sure that they aren't just an infiltrator trying to make you believe a lie
How does one go from success to failure?
What would it take to refinish our lives, as a careful craftsman restores old furniture to a new life?
Does telling the truth equate to never offending anyone?
When is a follower of Jesus like a hedgehog?
Not every follower of Jesus is at the same place in their journey with Him. How can we find common ground and help others who are also on this path?
If it takes a hammer to tenderize a cut of meat, what will it take to soften our hearts?
Those of us who have been Christians for a while need to reach a point where we can start to feed ourselves and foster our own Christian growth.
While "discipline" is a word that comes with a lot of baggage, let's take a closer look at what it should actually look like.
When we stray off the path - whether because we're distracted or just rebellious - God loves us enough to guide us back.