God did not make it difficult for us to find Him and learn about Him.
Is it possible for simple acts of service to others to be "no problem"?
If we are never going to be in charge of Jesus' church, what drives us to keep doing our best?
Are our offerings acceptable to a holy God?
Pop quiz: Who is the most important person in your church (other than Jesus, of course)?
Yes, none of us is just like the next person. However, the goal for each of us is fulfilling our individual purpose, not boring uniformity.
We can typically spot a freeloader, but what does the opposite of a freeloader look like?
What if we set aside just one thing today to do something with a greater purpose?
How can we reconcile the structure of individual congregations with our personal ministry obligations?
Being part of a group of like-minded believers has a lot of advantages for us, but what does the rest of the world get out of it?