Why ask questions when you already know all the answers?
Pete had his theology right. He had trained many years for the ministry he was now a part of. He had a great feel for…
Asking Tough Questions: What Really Happens When We Train Leaders
Difficult, thoughtful questions can become tools to help us observe “the evidences of the grace of God.”
Some Questions the Quarterly Must Help to Answer
Although more than ten years have gone by since the days when the Evangelical Missions Quarterly was only the dream of a few people, and of a committee appointed to bring the project to fruition, it’s not hard to remember the questions that flooded our minds as we faced the job.
Teaching Pastors and Church Planters to Exegete Their Context
This is a book about the discipline of asking questions. Tygrett suggests that curiosity moves us deeper into the lives of people around us, leads to opportunities we never knew existed, helps us understand our emotions, and if focused on Jesus, will make us more like him. Instead of settling for easy answers in life, Tygrett implores us to ask questions for the sake of transformation of the soul.
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