It may take work to keep up, but it's worth it.
If we got to be part of a loving, successful family, why would we want to go back to just working for them?
If you could ask for anything, what would it be? Let's take a look at someone who received his request for some good suggestions.
Do we sometimes just repeat the same actions over and over again?
What would our perspective of our current situation be like if we looked at it like a stopover, rather than our destination?
So, what can we do when we need to be the church, but it can't be the same as before?
Wouldn't it be nice if we could just do good things when we feel like it? Or, maybe that wouldn't be so great...
If "work expands to the time allotted", how can we be most productive for what really matters?
Caring for others, like caring for our homes, is a lot of work. There's no need to pretend, though.
We can escape from (or change) some hostile work environments. How do we handle the battle within ourselves, though?
Both failures and great accomplishments in our past can keep us from moving forward and doing important things in the future.
Is there more to the saying, "under-promise and over-deliver", than just good customer service?
Here's a little background on how this site came to be.
If our salvation is already paid for by Jesus' sacrifice, why should we continue to work for God?
Even if we have limited success with using the wrong tool for the job, we also might break things and get frustrated. There is a better way.
Regardless of the economic theories that we subscribe to, real wealth only comes from one place.
Fire can roast marshmallows or burn up our kitchen. How should we expect the fires of holiness and trials to impact our own lives?
Work isn't a bad thing, but why does it have to be so difficult?
An honest day's work takes a lot out of a guy, but Jesus didn't use that excuse when He was needed.