The Bible is full of questions asked by God of his people. Each of these questions challenge us to struggle with some nagging issue or problem inside us that simply refuses to go away. God's great questions probe the deepest issues of our lives--questions of identity, of adequacy, of balance, of assurance, of mercy, of renewal, of perspective, of ultimate hope, of perception. As the characters in the Bible of whom these questions were first asked wrestle with their answers, we as readers of this book find ourselves wrestling with the same questions in our lives--bringing us face-to-face with ourselves and with God himself. ""In its own way, a good question is better than a good answer, because questions live with us and stretch us as we grow into them. God is the great question-asker, and although we think we'd like to ask questions of God, the more probing questions are the ones God asks of us. This book by Kathy Call will stretch your mind and grow your heart."" --John Ortberg, Pastor and Author, Menlo Church Kathy Call was the founder, and for twenty-five years the executive director of China Connection. Two books of her sermons, delivered in churches in China, have been published in Mandarin and English by the China Christian Council.