Some examples of good mentoring, based on the example of the apostle Paul.
What happens when we focus on stuff, rather than our souls?
For followers of Jesus, the hope of the future doesn't start in Heaven, but with the opportunities of today.
The times of life when it seems we are in the wasteland can be difficult, but they can also provide a chance to step into something better.
Nearsightedness can sometimes be fixed with glasses or contacts. Spiritual myopia requires a different treatment.
If the fruit of our choice to follow Jesus was expressed as an interest rate, would we be yielding normal human returns, or supernatural results?
When we spend, invest, or use anything, it's a good idea to check with the owner, first.
I like to acquire "stuff", but how do we focus our efforts on the use of it for lasting good, rather than just the accumulation of it.