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Six key questions—referred to as the five Ws and one H—outline the essential areas of inquiry in news reporting, police investigations, and research. These five key questions—who, what, when, where, why, and how—should elicit the relevant data.
These questions have been posed by people through the ages. Our most personal struggles and pain drive us to seek answers, and who more qualified to answer these questions than God?
We all have our own motivations for seeking answers. Is it because we want to know God better? Or we want to trust Him with ourselves and those we love? Do we wonder if we should follow Him? Or we can’t understand why something dreadful has happened? Or we can’t believe that He could love us? Maybe it’s all of these reasons. So we bring Him our big questions . . . five Ws and one H.
About the Author
Lori Tripp Peckham is a professor of communication and English at Union College in Lincoln, Nebraska. For ten years Lori served as senior editor of Insight, the Seventh-day Adventist magazine for teenagers. After Insight she served as editor of Women of Spirit, a Christian outreach magazine for women. She is the author of multiple books and several hundred articles. She has served as a Sabbath School teacher for almost every age group. Lori lives in Lincoln, Nebraska, with her husband, Kim, and their teenage son, Reef.