What can the love among the persons of God teach us about love in our own lives?
Where can we turn when relationships get rocky?
Let's consider what it means for part of our role in the church to be keeping other members from becoming detached and spiritually starved.
What can debt teach us about forgiveness and restoration?
If we love someone enough to tell them the truth, how can we show them that we are indeed doing so out of love?
Ever felt the loneliness of being stood up? Jesus knew what it was like to be abandoned, but He made sure that we never had to be alone again.
Can God bless those we've never met, when we would rather pray for them than for the people we do know?
What can we learn from Christmas and a Taco Bell commercial?
Are we surrounding ourselves with the warmth that brings life, or with a harsh fire that consumes us and others nearby?
It's one thing to be stuck without something to pass the time. Are there cases where we're busy doing something that looks productive, but is actually pointless?
Can a simple greeting be both a prayer and a testimony?
Even if I know the person who is in charge, if he or she is a good leader, I still have to follow the rules.
If we want to accomplish great things with others, we may not be able to get there by remaining at a surface level in our relationships.
We recognize those who do good things for others, but have we ever stopped to think about those who ask for help?
Just like we sometimes need someone to watch our back, others need that from us, as well.
Even pop music writers can't miss the realities of love, but God does it best.
Wouldn't we be more comfortable when living as we are intended, rather than trying to imitate something that we were never intended to be?
What if all Christians were as popular and well-liked as Jesus?
Even the most important message is ineffective if it can't be shared in a way that the recipient can understand.