Q: I'd like you to explain something to me. The kindest, most understanding person in my exercise class says she doesn't believe in God, while the one with the nastiest personality claims to be a devout Christian.
Q: My boss is asking me to do something on a government contract that isn't legal. A: Let me be clear on what you should NOT do: You shouldn't give in to the pressure to do something wrong, even if your boss thinks he can get by with it.
Q: Someone in our family is always having a crisis, and all of their problems end up in my lap. A: I don't think I've ever seen a family that didn't have problems, and I doubt if I ever will.
Q: I don't think God really cares what happens to us. A: If God were like us -- limited, and able to concentrate on only a few things at a time -- then you might be right; He probably wouldn't care about us. But God isn't like this!
Q: I'm headed for college shortly, and I can't help but worry about the pressures I'll face as a Christian. A: No, you aren't making a mistake -- not if you've prayed about your decision and sensed God was leading you there.
Q: I'm really ashamed of the way I've been living. A: No, God hasn't given up on you. The key is to look not only at how bad you are, but at how good Christ is. Did Jesus die for you?