How to choose wisely in an age of options. You probably handle life's routine decisions without a second thought. What to have for breakfast. What to wear to work. What to fix for dinner. Whether to read a book or watch TV.
But the decision making doesn't stop there. Regularly you're faced with larger decisions that confront and confuse--crucial choices which, once made, turn around and reshape you. It starts with questions about college and career and marriage, and continues through life with questions about job changes and how many kids and whether or not to go through with the surgery.
Sure, Christians know--or are supposed to know--good from evil. But how do you decide among one or more non-sinful options? Can you really hope to discover God's perfect will and avoid going down the less-than-perfect paths? or does it even matter in the long run?