Sin around us should still break our heart, but that's not the end of the story
Good news isn't just meant to be heard. It should be acted upon and shared with others.
What value is there in spreading around important news if no one takes action as a result?
Are you ready to be rescued from a bad situation, even if it means you might have to do something about it?
Why clutter up our life's "Inbox" with what has already been taken care of?
Followers of Jesus don't just rest - we must rest up to get out and do more work for His kingdom.
What can cheating in an educational video game teach us about faith?
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.
To parody the title of an old song, "Waking up is hard to do!"
Is it possible that the reason we aren't seeing progress in our faith because our feet are too dry?
Farsightedness can sometimes be fixed with reading glasses or holding things far away to read them. The spiritual equivalent can't be solved quite the same way.
Knowing without doing is apathy. Doing without knowing is ignorance. What does the right combination look like, though?
It's easy to pile on to a cause online. Are there some steps we should take before doing so, though?
There are things worth getting angry about, and others that aren't worth the effort. Let us not burn off all of our energy on the latter, so that we can do some good with the former.
When our faith is unlimited, and grounded in truth, we can move beyond the comfortable habits that hold us back.
Once we decide where we need to go, if it's in line with God's direction, we can usually find help to get there.
Talking with God is often a private matter. However, sometimes it is appropriate to pray with others, also.
Not every opportunity demands our action, but many of them give us chances to make a difference.
Sometimes, we just need to go back to what we know how to do. Who knows - like Peter, we might meet Jesus.