Since we each have internal conflicts, what should be our response to those whose struggles are different from our own?
If Jesus Christ calls His followers to a superior righteousness, what does the implied "inferior righteousness" look like?
Remembering what we were saved out of when we accepted Jesus can also remind us how to reach out to those who haven't yet done so.
When we consider why people follow other gods, what does the God of the Bible have to say about their reasons?
In order to eliminate oppression and evil in our society, I think that we first need to define the root cause.
Sometimes, we don't recognize that we're settling for less, until we try out the genuine article.
If we can recognize little things we do as mini-sacrifices, maybe we can grow into a lifestyle that naturally achieves much bigger things for God.
Have you ever worked to be last?
Which parts of our life need to be given over to Jesus' lordship?
We can claim just about anything, but how can we tell if we are really walking in the light of Jesus?
Where do we go for sunshine when the weather is bleak outside, or when clouds trouble our hearts?
When something seems too difficult, do you just give up, or do you keep looking for a way to succeed?
Have you ever found that something that looked good in the dark didn't hold up in the light? (Maybe your socks not matching?)
Finding out that Jesus offers us reconciliation with God is amazing, but He has much more in store for us that makes following Him even better.
Salvation is available to everyone who receives it.
What if we found a relationship that continued to surprise us with more good things than we expected?
If age does not automatically produce maturity, what should we do when we realize that we (or others) need to grow up, spiritually?
Have you ever thrown out a random question just to keep the conversation away from an uncomfortable (but perhaps important) topic?
What happens when questions just lead to more questions, but never lead to any change?