Makes a case for the importance of self-reflection in the task of loving God and others.
Reflects on the fears and the realities of growing older.
Discusses our response to the reality of God's using and forgiving sinners.
Discusses two important aspects of persuasion—trust and evidence—and the relationship between them.
Looks at the "generation gap" from both sides of the divide.
Reflects on the process of conversion.
Reflects on lessons about life and God.
Observes people's need for one another in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina.
Discusses how Christians should hold their beliefs in a culture "allergic" to truth.
Discusses the human desire to conform to worldly standards and how that desire relates to trusting God.
Reflects on how the behavior of Christians often contributes to a negative view of Christianity.
Reflects on the reconciliation of human losses, pain, and suffering with the mercy and goodness of God.
Contemplates how "slowing down"--physically and spiritually--enables us to learn about the goodness and sovereignty of God through truly knowing our fear, pain, discomfort, and need for mercy.
Discusses how honest communication about life's struggles is part of a Christian's sanctification.
Uses the film A Beautiful Mind to discuss the connection between facing reality and our mental health.
Explores how moral courage relates to our view of truth.
Uses news of a young person's drug overdose to discuss the choices parents and children face in our culture.
Discusses the nature of the radical change that occurs in the heart of a believer.
Tells why we should not "forget what lies behind."
Explores the need for understanding and taking responsibility for our own feelings.