Can you really be good at something if you've never tried it?
Knowing and doing are two separate things, but what else do we need in order to be people of action, rather than just inert knowledge?
Just because those before or after you are a mess, doesn't mean that you have to be the same way.
When we - or loved ones - are sick, we think a lot about healing. What do we do after we are healed, though?
How are love for Jesus and obedience to Him related?
Ever been down to your last ounce of energy, but God called you to take one more step?
What happens when the most important messages are lost from one generation to the next, because we simply didn't pay attention?
God gives us direction and guidance, but are we prepared for the blessings when they are ready?
Sometimes, rather than "Better late than never", a missed opportunity is squandered if we don't act promptly.
If we told someone that we loved Jesus, and followed Him, would they be surprised?
If we can't even figure out what gifts someone else will like, are there better ways to take on the uncertainties of life itself?
The Bible describes a key message passed down from father to son.
While following Jesus, but still living here on earth, we may feel like we are "paying" two masters, but Jesus provided us a path that navigates both worlds.