Being part of a family comes with privileges, but also responsibilities.
When a family shares characteristics (whether external or internal), our individuality can still shine out as we honor that family.
Agreement with everyone isn't necessary when we know the truth, but sometimes seeking out others' agreement can allow us to achieve something even greater things.
How can we find peace in a world of chaos?
What can we do to mature in our faith, rather than becoming "adult children"?
In a world broken by sin and its effects on everyone, who is really to blame?
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.
For a world where almost everything must have both those who are "for" and "against", Jesus pointed out an important distinction about who is on his side.
Is there a better way to get along with difficult Christians, other than just gritting our teeth and toughing it out?
What would happen if we all saw other people as created in God's image, instead of letting other things get in the way?
What if every follower of Jesus had such a positive and lasting impact on his or her community that no one would have to think twice when asked "Where is the church?"
Who is part of the body of Christ (the church), and once we know who belongs there, what should we do about it?
If we are part of the body of Christ (the church), what is our role?
What does it mean that Jesus is the Head of the church (which itself is described as the Body of Christ)?
Sometimes, we can grow so used to our own point of view, that we have trouble connecting with those having different backgrounds and context, if we don't take time to listen.