Q: When my grandfather died, he willed the old family Bible to me. I don't know what to do with it. A: I hope you won't thoughtlessly throw this Bible away or sell it to someone with no connection to your family.
Q: I'm graduating from college in a few weeks, and I've already been offered a very good job, at least as far as pay is concerned. A: The most important thing you can do is seek God's will for your future, including His will about this job.
Q: I know this isn't a spiritual question, but how should we deal with someone who talks all the time?
Q: We'd like to be friendly toward a family that moved into our apartment building a few months ago, but they're from a foreign country and have a different religion, and we're not sure what to do, if anything.
Q: Is it possible to be addicted to things other than drugs or alcohol? A: Yes, it certainly is possible to become addicted to things other than drugs or alcohol.
Q: My grandmother used to say that the longer we live, the closer we'll be to God. A: I believe it is true, if we have committed our lives to Christ and have sought to walk with Him every day.