While the Bible shares the story of the birth of Jesus – it does not answer all of my curiosity questions. If I could visit with Mary the mother of Jesus I would love to ask her:
- Was Jesus a good baby?
- Did she ever need to correct him as a child?
- Did she ever have to explain to him what a particular scripture passage meant? Did he ever surprise her with his answers?
- Did Jesus ever get into trouble as a boy?
- Who was his best childhood friend?
- What were Jesus’s...
Great Questions are more valuable than Gold!
I recently e-mailed 22 incredible leaders that I am privileged to call my friends to ask them to share in a few sentences the value of questions in their life and leadership:
Questions give me the right information to make an intelligent decision and the context in order to make a wise decision.
Josh McDowell – Speaker & Author of over 100 books, including
Would You Believe that the Story has Something to do With a “Question?”
In October 2003, after 24 years, I stepped away from my role with Josh McDowell. ( www.josh.org )
Immediately I began to wonder, what could I give Josh to express my appreciation for 24 years of partnership in ministry? I had absolutely no clue. The only thing I sensed was that it was probably not something I could pick up at the mall.
Four days later I was having breakfast with a good friend. As I recounted the events of the week, he asked me a question: