Are there any "minimum holiness requirements" to accept God's salvation and new life in Jesus Christ?
Sometimes, our family name needs to be front and center, with our own identity set off to the side.
Just how great are the blessings that God offers to those who have chosen a path that took them far away from Him?
How does one go from success to failure?
Not all of God's promises are for blessings.
What can the love among the persons of God teach us about love in our own lives?
God doesn't have a "no re-hire" policy.
The story of the Prodigal Son has a happy ending, but what if the son never chose to return home?
How can we be free from fear, both fear of things in this world, and fear of what could happen in the next?
If God mercifully paid for the consequences of our sins, how should we respond to that grace?
What do you get when you fill up a container with more than it can hold?
What if we could be recognized with a grand entrance into somewhere better than any place on earth?
We may already love God, but what does it look like when that is the most important thing in our day?
Are you ever scared to talk with God, afraid that He is just waiting for you to start talking so that He can punish you?
Have you ever felt that you were being watched? What if that were a good thing?
Having freedom but living like we do not seems like a waste of a good opportunity, doesn't it?
We know that Jesus reached out to those who were sick and hungry. What about those who were wealthy or powerful?
The Bible describes a key message passed down from father to son.
Only God could find a solution to the no-win situation that we were faced with when we chose to break the rules.
While some people make it simple to show God's love to them, we are called to love and do good for everyone.