I admit it. I’m a bad blogger. Mea culpa and all that. However, I have been writing like crazy to finish a portion of a book that has been in the works for way too long. My last post was a glimpse into the first chapter. For the month of June, an amazing group of women will read a few chapters and discuss them. I’m using this blog as a place to interact with them in the coming weeks, and I’m inviting everyone to come along for the ride.
The book is called When God Questions Us. Together with a group of about 50 women, we’ll explore just four chapters in June. The lessons and related posts are available here. You are free to participate online or in person. (See below for location/time info.) You can add comments here on this blog, or you can also visit the Facebook page of Covenant Life, the church hosting the study. I will post at least once weekly both here and on Covenant Life’s Women’s Ministry Facebook page, so feel free to participate either way.
The title of the book suggests its content. We all fantasize at some point or another about the list of questions we plan to hand to God one day. And, boy oh boy, he better have some good answers, right? Is it possible, though, that God has a few questions of his own? Truthfully, God does have questions, and he has been asking them for centuries. I invite you to join us as we dig into the questions God poses to man throughout the Bible. I welcome you to chime in as you read and as you think of “God questions” that challenge, inspire, or bring you insight. Maybe together, we can learn to be quicker to listen to the things God is asking of us rather than the things we are asking of God.