What if we are on the verge of the next Great Awakening?
What if we are blind to the injustices we are guilty of?
What if I acknowledge my many privileges and wield them to enact justice?
What if we’re missing out on part of the Gospel because we avoid discomfort?
What if we’re missing out on part of the Gospel because we avoid suffering?
What if we’re missing out on part of the Gospel because we avoid people who are different from us?
What if we’re spending the majority of our time and effort on things that won’t matter in eternity?
What if we defend and fight for refugees just as strongly as we defend and fight for the unborn?
What if we were more concerned about criminals’ eternal souls than we are about them getting the punishment they deserve?
What if we are just the slightest bit racist?
What if our stereotypes, prejudices and biases are keeping us from loving our neighbors as we do ourselves?
What if inner cities are places of beauty?
What if the next generation looks back on us with disgust for the problems we’ve tried to ignore?
What if our comfort is keeping us from learning all that God wants to teach us?
What if the poor are not just people we should help but people we should learn from?
What if we’ve been doing church wrong?
What if Jesus had really dark skin and hair?
What if money didn’t have such a hold on our priorities?
What if small groups are not the way to build community?
What if community isn’t the answer to our sin issues?
What if our sin issues never go away?
What if safety is an impossible thing to achieve?
What if financial peace is an impossible thing to achieve?
What if God asks us to do something really dangerous and costly?
What if we say no to God when He asks us to do hard things?
What are your “What if” questions?