Is there more to healthy conversation than just courtesy and small talk?
Are we hanging on to cheap things when we could use them to get something much, much more valuable?
Moses was a great leader, but he also had some good people around him to help out.
What happens when the most important messages are lost from one generation to the next, because we simply didn't pay attention?
So, what can we do when we need to be the church, but it can't be the same as before?
What's so organized about religion?
While there is a time for sorrow and repentance when we are convicted by knowledge of our sins, there are also times for celebration and rejoicing in the faithfulness of a great God.
Are we willing to invest what is important to us, in order to achieve what is most important?
No, this isn't dating advice...but it could change lives.
How can we make sure that we are ready and able to produce good things in our lives?
Have you ever considered the difference between "giving" and "sharing"?
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.
If we're going to have an impact on the lives of others, let's try to make it a good one.
If we are concerned about what people think when we give, we're probably giving for the benefit of the wrong person. If we judge other people in the same way, we can rob them of joy, as well.
Even the most important message is ineffective if it can't be shared in a way that the recipient can understand.
Money solves so few of the most important problems in life. Could we use it to address situations where it can actually help?
We can typically spot a freeloader, but what does the opposite of a freeloader look like?
In our walk on earth, there are not only ways that we can "get a life", but also still better ways to really start living.
No matter our challenges, we can get through them with help. Trials in this world are always finite.
I was told once that "Some people know more Bible than they will ever use". Is that true?