Leave a Suggestion

Suggestions: Topics, Changes, Etc.

If you have a topic you’d like put out for discussion, post it on this page. If you have changes you think would be helpful, post it. Etc.

I’d love to hear from you.

12 Responses to Leave a Suggestion

  1. BriAnn Beck says:

    Topic for Discussion:
    Why do you (personally) read books? Relaxation, information, devotion, escape, all of the above?
    How does your purpose in reading affect the books you choose to read?

  2. Patience says:

    Topic For discussion: Why are you Home-schooled?
    This is a question that I get asked a lot, and I’m sure other home- school students get it too, anyone have better reply then: “My parents decided I should be.”
    Does it make any difference what kind of education you receive?

  3. Gentle says:

    In my college Lit class we have been discussing the American Dream. (What it is, is it attainable for every one etc.) My question is: Does the American Dream line up with the Christian Worldview? In what ways are they similar? In what ways different?

    • Gentle says:

      Along those lines would of course be what the definition of the American Dream is. Given, I would really like to hear your thoughts on this one.

      • Thank you, Gentle, this is a great topic suggestion. I posted it under PA of W: The American Dream (dated 10-15-12). I’m thinking it might actually be a two part post, but we’ll see.

  4. LausDeoiampaidfor says:

    I have been mulling over the idea of confronting a believer who is in sin for awhile now. It seems like this is an area where we don’t really see many people stepping up and acting. Do you think there are occasions where we are not accountable or responsible to notify a believer who is “out of line” so to speak? According to Scripture, we should confront our brethren in Christ who is in sin. Yet we are also warned of judging and falling into sin. I am sure that the Holy Spirit plays a crucial part, are there other factors, so to say, to be aware of?

    Did that make sense?

  5. Gentle says:

    Topic for discussion: Dry Spells.
    I’m sure we have all gone through (or possibly are currently going through) a dry spell in our faith. Even though we know God is with us, we just don’t feel Him near us working in our lives. What are the different reasons for this? Does it make our faith less real? How do we “snap out” of a dry spell?

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