Sunday, February 17, 2008

Who To Interview?"

In the recent issue of Time magazine, Tim Russert, host of "Meet the Press" was aksed "Is there anyone you want to interview whom you haven't yet?" Russert would like to sit down with Bruce Springsteen! So, how about you? Who would you like to interview and why? What specific questions would you ask?
Have a blessed week!

1 comment:

e.a.glick_er said...

Pastor:
I think I'd like to interview Mother Teresa. Her faith journey where she remained devoted to service while dealing with doubts about her faith. I admire her attitude of perseverance in the face of incredible odds, thus making a difference in the lives of thousands of people. The questions that I'd like to ask her include:
(1) How did you come to know that God was calling you to missions?
(2) Which book of the bible speaks the most to your faith?
(3) How did prayer help you to face your daily struggles?
(4) How did the community of believers all over the world help sustain you in your missions work?
(5) What was the most difficult challenge you faced in India?
(6) How did you most strongly sense the Lord's presence in your ministry?
(7) What gifts of God were most useful in your missions work?
(8) How did the Lord speak to you on a daily basis through the work that you performed?
(9) How did your family feel about your work in India so far from home? Did you miss your childhood home?
(10) What legacy do you hope to leave for future generations from your work?