Contributed on Jan 12, 2014
We are strangers in this world, on vacation in a foreign land, with advantages the natives of this world don't even begin to understand. But do we realize what those advantages are, and what difference those blessings can mean to our lives?
Contributed on Feb 2, 2014
Life isn't fair. Life isn't just. How can I avoid being defeated by the truth that "in this world I will experience trouble?"
Contributed on Jan 19, 2014
Unless we look like the picture God describes for us here in I Peter, the world will reject our witness. What does God say I need to look like and how can that help win the unsaved to Jesus?
Contributed on Jan 26, 2014
As Christians we may be traveling on the same "airplane" as the rest of the world. But we have advantages and blessings everyone else does not. We're literally traveling 1st class. But what does that mean and how does that change us?
Contributed on Feb 9, 2014
God has called us to live our lives as Bold Adventurers. We are called to live a unique life, a bold life and life where we know who we are why we believe. How do we fulfill the adventure that God has set before us?
Contributed on Feb 16, 2014
The world can't understand the concept of submission... and it's little wonder they don't. It makes no sense. Is submission really all that important in our marriages?
Contributed on Feb 23, 2014
The Bible tells me I can't get into Heaven if I have sin in my life. But how do get rid my sin? How can I make myself acceptable enough to God so that God will let my through Customs at the Pearly Gate?
Contributed on Mar 2, 2014
Too often Christian have suffered from this syndrome. They've been rough, rude, disrespectful of others. How can we avoid that
Contributed on Mar 16, 2014
We're strangers in this world and we will encounter difficulty. What has God supplied to help us survive the struggles and sufferings and persecutions we may encounter here?
Contributed on Mar 9, 2014
God tells us to rejoice when the world persecutes us and makes people give us a hard time about our faith. Why on earth would I want to rejoice? What possible advantage could my being persecuted do for God?