Q: I'm a single mom with a couple of small children. A: One of the Bible's greatest truths is that no matter who we are or what we've done, God wants to welcome us just as we are. How do I know this is true?
Q: I'd probably decide to follow Jesus if I ever met someone who really took it seriously.
Q: No one in my family has any use for God. A: It isn't by accident that you have this yearning to know God; God Himself has put it there.
Q: I'd always looked forward to retirement, and had done a lot of financial planning to be sure we'd be comfortable.
Q: My sister and I are having a debate about what God is like. A: Let me assure you that what we believe about God does matter! Is God basically kind and loving, or is He basically strict and judgmental?
Q: I don't believe anything happens after we die. A: Your letter saddened me because it means you're living only for this present world -- with all of its problems and uncertainties -- and you have nothing to look forward to.