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  • Don't be held prisoner by past mistakes

    Q: I don't understand myself. Our marriage broke up a year ago because of my husband's unfaithfulness, and yet I've been overwhelmed with guilt ever since. I'm so confused. Why do I feel this way? At the time, I was glad to be rid of him. -- N. McF. A:...
  • Even pastors need time for rest and renewal!

    Q: As a pastor, I've always thought I had to do everything people wanted me to do. But lately I've gotten so tired that some days I have to force myself to even get out of bed. I've heard about people in business getting burned out, but can it happen to...
  • With Christ, we can overcome anger with peace

    Q: I've heard that the Bible teaches it's not right to be angry, but how can you avoid it? When people get under your skin and you get angry, you can't just bury your anger or kid yourself into thinking it doesn't matter, can you? -- J.H.F. A: You're...
  • Humility and gentleness should be marks of those of follow Christ

    Q: I get very upset at people who claim they have all the answers to life because they supposedly know God. To me, that's arrogant. And anyway, what right do they have to tell me how to live? I don't tell them how to run their lives. -- K.C. A: No true...
  • We should seek to be like Jesus rather than celebrities

    Q: Recently, my high school newspaper asked a number of students who they wanted to be like. Almost without exception they named famous musicians, athletes or other celebrities. Why are we so absorbed with celebrities today? Or have we always been? I...
  • Helping the poor is always worthwhile

    Q: Do you think we'll ever do away with poverty? I heard someone say we could do it if we just tried hard enough, but didn't Jesus say somewhere that there'd always be poor people? I can't imagine living the way millions do in some parts of the world. --...
  • Being a wise mother-in-law can be challenging

    Q: How can I be a good mother-in-law? Our son got married a few months ago and they live fairly near us. It's hard for me not to call them every day, but I don't want to be an interfering mother-in-law. How can I avoid this but still let them know I care?...
  • My Answer: The mullings of a mother-in-law

    Q: How can I be a good mother-in-law? Our son got married a few months ago, and they live fairly near us. It's hard for me not to call them every day, but I don't want to be an interfering mother-in-law. How can I avoid this but still let them know I...
  • A church building can be a valuable tool to draw people to Christ

    Q: Our church has started a big building campaign, but I'm not sure I'm in favor of it. After all, the early Christians didn't have fancy buildings. They just met in their houses, from what I've heard. Am I wrong to feel this way?-- R.N. A: The first...
  • Love, patience and wisdom are what teens need most from parents

    We just don't understand our two daughters. They're teenagers now, and one day they'll be happy and carefree, and the next day they'll be sullen and moody and will hardly speak to us. What's going on? -- Mrs. G.W. A: I'm sure most parents of teens...
  • God is anything but an unconcerned bystander in our lives!

    Q: I'm facing a big decision about my future, and I don't know which way to go. Does God care what I do? Or does it not really matter to Him? -- N.D. A: Yes, God certainly cares what you do because He loves you and doesn't want you to do something that...