Is this ship we live in as sturdy as we think it is, or were we doomed from the beginning?
It’s no secret that confessing is one of the hardest things do to, but should we confess to one another, or hide ourselves behind a sheen of perfection?
Humility is a trait most Christians strive to possess. However, in looking into the heart, we’ve got it a little mixed up.
Is it right to defend our faith? Is it right to fight for our faith? If we’re hurting others, I’m not so sure.
Are we giving those who come against us an offering of grace, or are we refusing for violence?
If faith was born on one of the bloodiest deaths in history, why isn’t ours?
Are we offended by what we see around us? Does it make us want to hate and run? Should it?
Is everyone copying someone else?
Are we giving people what they really need, or are we sending them into feel-good complacency?