Q: Every day, I really try to please God by doing everything I think He'd want me to do, but how do I know if I've succeeded?
Q: I used to believe in God, but I stopped after my mother died of cancer last year. A: Elsewhere in your letter, you describe just how close you were to your mother, and I know her death still causes you great pain and sorrow.
Q: It seems like we used to hear a lot about cults a decade or so ago, but I hardly hear anything about them today. A: A few cults do seem to have faded away or lost their appeal.
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.