It's possible to be taught without learning, and to learn without teaching, but should we do either of those things?
Have you ever been an "armchair counselor"?
Sometimes, the most loving thing to do might not be the one that makes people feel good about their current choices.
Out of love for others, are there ways to lead them to the right conclusion about the harm that their choices are doing, rather than just a lecture?
We may have studied what Jesus taught, but let's look at how He taught it, too.
While we don't dare let the image quality suffer, sometimes a reflection of a reflection is still pretty good.
There is more to helping people become mature disciples than just following a few easy steps, but the Bible does give us lots of good advice.
Learning a new skill is a lot more effective when we have something to practice that skill on.
Do you ever have a nightmare that you're in front of the class, and you don't know the answers?
Not every saying is worth repeating, and sometimes what sounds good is more style than substance.
Some people have a mental image of an angry God. This might be due to preachers like Johnathan Edwards from the 18th-century, or from listening to others who portray God as primarily full of wrath and punishment. This is a tough image of God to live with, and probably makes most of us want to avoid… Continue reading What Makes God Angry?
Sometimes, just taking a class isn't enough for us to actually learn anything.
How does a parent or mature Christian help someone else to grow and become ready for independence?
The Bible describes a key message passed down from father to son.
How much of what we value today will be significant even a short time from now? Is there anything that will outlast the assault of time?