Communication has come a long way, but sometimes the most effective sharing uses methods that are tried and true.
Are we afraid, feeling like we are on trial and about to be convicted, without anyone to represent us?
Sometimes, we just need to get control of certain things in our life, even when it seems like things are out of control.
What can we learn about being a good friend, from some examples of not-so-great friends in the Bible? (Notes for a "remotely-taught" Sunday School lesson, June 7, 2020.)
In a world where we feel like we are expected to know everything, what do we do when we don't even know the right question?
When you're following a friend through his or her home town, who do you trust more: your friend or the GPS?
Is there more to spiritual understanding than just what we can learn by ourselves?
If having a transparent refrigerator door makes some of us nervous, what should we think of One who can see into our hearts?
How can we find ourselves being defined by others according to the good that our life produces (with God's) help, rather than by the vices that we fight against?
If we are part of the body of Christ (the church), what is our role?
Just as there is a point in the countdown of a rocket launch when the takeoff is imminent, God makes a commitment to those who accept Jesus, even before we receive our eternal reward.
Sometimes, we find ourselves at a loss for words, or feeling unworthy to talk with a Holy God. He knew that this would happen, and personally intervenes to help us out in those times.