I don't mean to shock you, but I'm disappointed with God.
I know we're supposed to confess our sins whenever we pray, but sometimes I can't think of anything to confess.
Is everything that happens already determined by God, and it's going to happen no matter what we do?
How can I be more consistent in my life as a Christian? Almost every day, I start out with good intentions, but then something comes up and I end up acting the same way everyone else does.
Q: I know the Bible says we won't know when Jesus will return to earth, but why did God keep it a secret?
My neighbor says he believes in God's judgment, but that it occurs while we are on earth, not after we die.
Our youth leader at church says God has a specific plan for each of us, but I have a hard time believing it. Why would God worry about every little detail of my life, when He has much bigger things to take care of?
How much of the Bible is literal and how much of it is a myth? Take Jonah and the whale, for instance.
How can some people be good Christians for a while, but then they turn their backs on it and wander into all sorts of bad things?
For years we've had a little sign on our kitchen wall that says, "Prayer Changes Things." But we've been going through some hard times lately, and frankly I'm beginning to wonder if prayer does make any difference. Does it?
I've always said I'm an atheist, and I am. But down inside, I'm beginning to wonder if I'm on the wrong road.
The doctor says I have at most six months to live (because of lung cancer) and I know they aren't going to be happy ones.
My doctor says I need to get on some medicine for my depression but I'm afraid to do it. I have a friend who says I just need to pray and get close to God.
A year ago I accepted Jesus into my life, and for a time I really felt He was with me. But now I find myself wondering sometimes if God even exists.
Recently, I read an article in one of those supermarket tabloids that claimed the Bible is full of messages in secret code that can reveal the future to us. The examples given were very persuasive, but I couldn't help but wondering why God did it this way. Is this story true?
Christians have always believed that many of the laws of the Old Testament no longer apply to us the way they once did - and the reason is because Jesus Christ has fulfilled them.
I've heard people say that all I have to do to get to heaven is to believe in Jesus. Well, I think I believe in Jesus, but down inside I'm not at all sure I'll go to heaven when I die. In fact, I kind of doubt if I will. What am I missing?