We may have studied what Jesus taught, but let's look at how He taught it, too.
Can we learn something from a crook in The Great Gatsby?
Jesus never asks us to do what He wasn't willing to do Himself, and His followers can testify that there's no other leader like Him.
Are you still excited to share existing news that you have learned, even after some time has gone by?
Until everyone has gotten a fair chance to understand and decide whether or not they will accept Jesus, the work of the church is not yet done.
While we don't dare let the image quality suffer, sometimes a reflection of a reflection is still pretty good.
What can help us make good use of conversations with other people?
Do you really know why other people hold mistaken beliefs? Are you sure?
What if the great moments of life happen in times of change, which God has prepared for through His people's faithfulness during the times of "normalcy"?
How might we be violating the very commands of God in order to make Him "look good"?
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Who are we to tell God that we can't do something, once He has called us to take a step of faith?
Do we sometimes feel like we should be doing more, but are stuck in a situation where we can't support the Kingdom of God as much as we want?
Maybe some of the things in the church that we think are a big deal, aren't actually as important as we thought.
Sometimes, waiting until it's time to go is too late to get ready.
What would you say to someone who simply wouldn't believe you, despite evidence to the contrary?
Sometimes, the most kind actions and words come from the people that the world might overlook.
Do we ever get so smug and comfortable in a good seat that we don't want to move - even to let others by?
Sharing the great news about Jesus is good, but doesn't need to be a haphazard activity.