Choosing is a valuable option in life. Our spouse. Who wants an arranged marriage? What if we’re not in love? Red car or blue? Hey, we might want black or frost white. It’s our car, after ...

Young people face an unusual challenge in our modern church. They feel excluded. Their views are too “out-of-line.” Their music is too “edgy.” Their lifestyle choices are too different ...

Mankind has made some amazing accomplishments in the past 50 years. We’ve walked on the moon . . . numerous times. Our landing craft sends real-time reports from the surface of ...

Religion plays an important part in most people’s lives. Even if they don’t attend church. See it this way. How many holidays do we celebrate that started with religious observances? For one, ...

Labels. It’s how we tell what’s what. We shop at a resale store, hoping for something special. We drift to the clothing rack, and much of it is average, things we would rather spend a bit ...

Pine sap. It’s the stickiest thing around. Walk under a pine tree. Sit on a bench under that pine tree. You may have difficulty getting up. Once you touch pine sap (or resin), you can hardly ...

High levels of skills are built on previous knowledge. The carpenter first learns to wield a hammer. The power saw comes when his skill improves. The Olympic skater must skate in a straight line ...

Where do you find advice? From over the backyard fence? At the tollbooth? From the dental hygienist when she’s cleaning your teeth? Or do you look in a book, search out the answer in black and ...

The model Christian is difficult to sculpt. What do we mold into our image of perfection? A smile for joy? Or closed eyes for peace? How do we show patience or kindness, or even goodness? Can ...

Becoming a Christian is easy. We believe on the divinity of Christ, confess our fallen and sinful nature, and ask Jesus to change us to become like him. We’ve heard it this way: We ask Jesus to ...

How tenacious are weeds? The most virulent spread quickly, releasing seeds that shower our lawns and flowerbeds with rampant, unwanted seedlings. The most difficult to eradicate are those that ...

Truth. What is it? Some will tell you it is absolute. Unchangeable. What was yesterday is today . . . and tomorrow and the day after that. Others say truth is revealed in the ...

How do we appear before people? Upstanding? Moral? Filled with the righteousness of Christ? When we stand before the mirror, we can appear however we wish. It’s the smile on our face that does ...

Choosing is a valuable option in life. Our spouse. Who wants an arranged marriage? What if we’re not in love? Red car or blue? Hey, we might want black or frost white. It’s our car, after ...

Young people face an unusual challenge in our modern church. They feel excluded. Their views are too “out-of-line.” Their music is too “edgy.” Their lifestyle choices are too different ...

Mankind has made some amazing accomplishments in the past 50 years. We’ve walked on the moon . . . numerous times. Our landing craft sends real-time reports from the surface of ...

Religion plays an important part in most people’s lives. Even if they don’t attend church. See it this way. How many holidays do we celebrate that started with religious observances? For one, ...

Labels. It’s how we tell what’s what. We shop at a resale store, hoping for something special. We drift to the clothing rack, and much of it is average, things we would rather spend a bit ...

Pine sap. It’s the stickiest thing around. Walk under a pine tree. Sit on a bench under that pine tree. You may have difficulty getting up. Once you touch pine sap (or resin), you can hardly ...

High levels of skills are built on previous knowledge. The carpenter first learns to wield a hammer. The power saw comes when his skill improves. The Olympic skater must skate in a straight line ...
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