The Hard Questions
All of us have lost a loved one...be it a relative or friend. How does death fit into God's plan? Is there life after death?
Why do bad things happen to God's people? Where is God when it hurts? How can we find joy during difficult times?
Most of how you live your life is based on focus. Are you focusing on Christ, focusing on the world, or focusing on yourself? This article includes the lyrics to the timeless hymnal by Helen Lemmel.
In the Christian realm, you hear the word "lord" frequently, but in our day and time, the meaning eludes us. Find out what it means for Christ to be the "Lord of your life".
Everybody has a burden to bear in life, but those burdens come in different shapes and sizes. What load do you carry? What is the "cost" of being a Christian?
Christian living is laying down your life as a living and holy sacrifice. What does that look like in your daily life? This article features an extended quote from Oswald Chambers.
People typically view Christianity as a list of rules and regulations that restrict life. The Bible, however, paints a different picture. This article features an extended quote from Rick Warren.
The Bible tells us that we are "the light of the world". What does that mean for us? What affect does this have on unbelievers.
Is your conscience a good guide for making decisions? Is it possible to make choices that "feel right", but aren't the "right" thing to do?
Who's stuff is it anyway? What mindset should we have about "our" time, money, and things?
The concept of marriage has been around since God created people. Find out the way God originally designed and intended marriage to be.
The New Testament tells us that marriage is a metaphor for Christ's relationship with the Church. This article goes into detail, comparing the life and actions of Christ with the life and actions of a husband and wife.
Genesis talks about how God made a suitable helper for Adam. How does these parts work together to be "one body"?
With divorce rates being higher than ever and with the increasing amount of single parents, it's not surprising that marriages are in the minority for the first time since it's been recorded. This article talks about the covenant (committed contract) of marriage.
Renewal of a New Creation
Most people lose perspective of who we are in Christ. Part of being a new creation in Christ is being forgiven of our old self. What impact does that that have on us?
Have you ever felt powerless to sin? Have you wondered why you keep on sinning? How does this fit into God's design for us as a new creation?
How is life different when you're a new creation? Is it instant, or is it a gradual process? Is it once and for all, or is it a constant battle?
What is love and how does it fit into the "new creation" paradigm? Why does loving others make a difference?