Questions God Asks Us
Transformation comes from living into questions, not from finding answers.
We often look to the Bible as the book of answers. How often do we consider the challenging questions God asks? Beloved author Trevor Hudson points out that though Jesus was asked 183 questions in the Gospels, he directly answered only three.
"I thought the Bible existed to give me solutions to my everyday concerns and dilemmas. Then I realized I might be approaching God and the Bible from the wrong direction. It was as if God said to me, 'Trevor, rather than you always asking questions of me, start listening to the questions I have for you.'"
In this eCourse, you'll be encouraged to listen to those questions God has for you. Through short videos, reading, personal reflection, and participant comments, you'll be invited to consider ten of the questions God asks. The goal is a deeper dialogue and intimacy with God.
Trevor takes 10 questions from the Old and New Testaments to serve as starting points for genuine conversation with the Creator. He assures, "We're not starting the conversation with God from scratch. God has already begun it. We just need to plug into the conversation that is already going on."
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Trevor Hudson has been part of the Methodist movement in southern Africa for more than 35 years. Serving primarily around Johannesburg, South Africa, he is deeply committed to the work and ministry of the local congregation. Presently he is stationed at the Pastoral Institute of Northfield Methodist Church in Benoni, just outside Johannesburg, where he works on a part-time basis.
Besides his local commitments, Trevor travels widely, preaching, teaching, and lecturing in the areas of spiritual formation, spiritual direction, and pastoral therapy. In this respect he works closely with Upper Room Ministries, the Renovaré International Institute for Christian Spiritual Formation, the Dallas Willard Center for Christian Spiritual Formation, and the Jesuit Institute in South Africa.
Trevor is married to Debbie, and they are the parents of two adult children, Joni and Mark.