Where does the most important - and interesting - part of our life really get started?
Jesus didn't just tell us not to worry and explain why we shouldn't worry; He also gave us an alternative
Just because we don't understand God's plan, doesn't mean it isn't a good plan
When we start to appreciate our sin, we find that God is justified in punishing it, so why does He sometimes delay justice?
If there's a better option than remaining in custody, why would we want to go back after we are reunited with loved ones again?
Can "regular people" have access to the same wisdom as we expect people with robes and beards to have?
Might we have some blessings from God that could be put to even better use?
Would we be willing to stand and proclaim our experiences with God, both to Him and to anyone else who would hear?
Can we become so focused on the process of getting to our destination that we miss out on opportunities along the way?
Do you need to be reminded to live out your mission? Do others around you?
What about the guy who didn't make the "apostolic cut" in the Bible?
For all this talk about naming each generation and classifying their personalities, I have never met an entire generation at once.
It can be intimidating to think about living up to God's calling, but He is with us along the way.
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.
We each may have wished that we were in charge of things, but maybe that role isn't really what we should aspire to.
Sometimes, our detractors aren't just a character in a fantasy story who can't hear well. How do we deal with feelings of uselessness?
Once we get picked for the team, then what?
As an audiophile can tell you, a computer playing notes from a score doesn't replicate the beauty of a gifted orchestra performance.
Jesus was - and is - a lot of things. If we miss out on some of His roles, we miss out on getting to know Him more completely.
Nobody likes a no-win situation, but what if we knew that we had everything we needed to succeed?