What good is access to the power of God if we don't use it as He intended?
What would our perspective of our current situation be like if we looked at it like a stopover, rather than our destination?
If we give sign-writers the benefit of the doubt, what can we learn from them?
The book of Hebrews points out an interesting type of evidence for the truth of Jesus' salvation - one that we might not have thought of.
How committed should we be to performing good deeds in Jesus' name?
Do you ever feel like you're not getting any credit for the hard work you put in for the Kingdom of God?
So, what can we do when we need to be the church, but it can't be the same as before?
If our attitude should be like Jesus', what did His attitude look like?
What's so organized about religion?
Do we sometimes feel like we should be doing more, but are stuck in a situation where we can't support the Kingdom of God as much as we want?
Sometimes, waiting until it's time to go is too late to get ready.
Sometimes, the most kind actions and words come from the people that the world might overlook.
Much has been said about "religion", but what is it, really?
Would you let a phone keep ringing if you knew that a friend on the other end of the line needed something from you?
If being Jesus' disciple means following His example, what does that look like in our interactions with others?
Since we represent Jesus (even though God continues to be directly active around us), what kind of a representative are we?
Most Christians would recognize an idol in the shape of a man or an animal, but are there other forms that an idol can take?
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.
We may look forward to something better in eternity, but this doesn't replace the work required of us here on earth, first.