Q: How do we know if what someone says about God is actually true? A: You're correct, up to a point; not everyone who claims to know the truth about God is actually right. But does this mean we can never know anything about God?
Q: I grew up believing that it didn't take much to make God angry at me, and I always needed to be on my best behavior or He might do something bad to me. But my cousin says I'm wrong and that God loves us and treats us kindly no matter what we do.
Q: Our church went heavily into debt to build our new building, but now our pastor has left, several families are drifting away, and we're having a hard time making the mortgage payments.
Q: My fiance and I deeply love each other, but we can't decide where to get married. A: Frankly, it may not be possible to satisfy everyone, although I commend you for trying.
Q: My sister claims she's been "saved," but I don't understand what she's talking about. A: Have you asked your sister to explain what has happened to her?
Q: I know teenagers often rebel against their parents, but I admit I went overboard and have been a rebel ever since. A: The most important thing I want you to know is that God wants you to be a good father -- and with His help you can be.