We may have studied what Jesus taught, but let's look at how He taught it, too.
You've probably used a mirror in the past day. Have you ever stopped to think about why we do so?
Are we hanging on to cheap things when we could use them to get something much, much more valuable?
There is good news, once we realize that our sin is common ground that all of us share.
Those who seek to confront, argue with. and disagrees with us can come from anywhere, but this is not a new problem.
What is our responsibility when we have conflict with others?
If we know where the traps are placed, maybe we can carefully walk around them.
How are love for Jesus and obedience to Him related?
If our attitude should be like Jesus', what did His attitude look like?
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.
When should we take a little bit from the last "batch" of experiences and re-use it, and when should we throw out rotten dough?
Bakers and chefs know: the better the ingredients, the better food can be made from them.
Much has been said about "religion", but what is it, really?
Once we get picked for the team, then what?
Like a lot of things, pretending to love people is easier than actually doing a good job of it.
If being Jesus' disciple means following His example, what does that look like in our interactions with others?
As we get older, we grow out of certain child-like behaviors. Are there some that we should keep, though?
Ever had a big idea that you never acted on? Or, do we subconsciously do that all the time?
Sometimes, we get too chose what will help us remember where we came from. Other times, reminders of our past are acquired without our consent.
Sharing the great news about Jesus is good, but doesn't need to be a haphazard activity.