It’s going around, and I’ve avoided it as long as I can. Not the flu, but the “Ask Me Anything” post. I’ve seen a bunch of blogs lately doing a “Ask Me Anything” post so that people can get to know the writer better. I’ve even asked questions on two (Charla & Will) of the “Ask Me” posts. I thought it was fun to find out some things I wanted to know about them personally.

Maybe you have a question about my ministry, marriage, parenting, something I’ve blogged about, my struggles with cancer, my spiritual life, likes / dislikes or whatever. The rules of the “Ask Me Anything” post are simple…
  • It must be a legit question.
  • It cannot be mean spirited.
  • Questions that cross-the-line will be deleted or ignored.
So, if you’ve got a question, Lea and I will do our best to give you an answer in the next couple of days.

BTW – You cannot ask me what this text said or what this dirty joke was.

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I am a Christian husband and father, who moonlights as the minister for the church of Christ in Childress, Texas. My wife Lea and I have been married for 25 years. We are doing our best to raise our 4 boys, who are all growing up way too fast. Read 1182 articles by
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  1. The Detwilers says:

    I have a few questions!

    1. If you had to pick one food group (Chinese, Mexican, American) to eat the rest of your life, what would it be?

    2. Lea – what is the hardest thing being the only female in an all male house?

  2. Taylor says:

    Who is your most favorite son?

  3. Anonymous says:

    Did you know anyone that had gone through the same cancer you did. Next how did you handle it as a couple and then as a family.

  4. Royce Ogle says:

    Name 3 top persons who have influenced you for good. (not Bible characters)

    Great post and idea. Love you bro'


  5. erik says:

    1. When did you know that you wanted to be a preacher?

    2. What was the longest trip you took with your travel trailer?

  6. TREY MORGAN says:

    Taylor – I think that question falls under the "crossing-the-line" category. I have yet to decide who gets the coat of many colors. :)

  7. Brittainy says:

    I for one am blessed each time I read your blog or article in the paper. With that being said, and I do know that the power of prayer guides you in your ministry, but …

    1. How do you decide on a topic to minister on? Because each is so profound and hits home for a lot of people.

    2. How did you get involved with the program in Honduras?

  8. Stoogelover says:

    Okay, let's get down to a question that actually has some life-changing potential: Which of the Three Stooges do you find to be the funniest?

  9. Joyce says:

    What made you choose to become a preacher?( I think you do an awesome job by the way)

  10. Brian says:

    why do birds suddenly appear every time you are near?

    what do you believe about the Holy Spirit?

    What was your last sermon that came almost totally from the OT?

  11. Amanda Sanders says:

    Two questions:

    Question 1:When did you know for sure Amanda Sanders is,in fact a genius?

    Question 2: What do you think makes a great blog?

  12. Anonymous says:

    Trey: Did you put your Christmas Tree up yet?

    Trey: If ever I needed a dads help would you help me?

    Lea: If you had a daughter what would you name it? Let me guess Carol!

    From: Brandon Voss

  13. Anonymous says:

    I know you have been following the Christian Chronicle. Why do you think the numbers of CoC are dropping?

    If you could only teach your kids one thing about Christianity, what would it be? … ie.. what is the most important message of the Bible we need/most instill in our children.

    What do you do when a child/sibling/parent falls away from the Lord? (in their words, "organized religion") What is the best way to bring them back?

  14. Anonymous says:

    1. Have you ever been mad at God?

    2. How did you train yourself to pray on a regular basis?

    3. How do your religious beliefs reflect in your political beliefs?

    4. Does Lea ever feel jealous that you spend so much time on your "job"?

  15. Terry says:

    1. What would you do for an occupation if you were not a preacher?

  16. Anonymous says:

    1. If you could go to any nascar race in 2010, which one?
    2. If while attending above mentioned race you had a chance to witness to Dale Jr. would you?

  17. TREY MORGAN says:

    Still laughing at that last question…. does that fall under the "out-of-bounds" questions? :)

  18. eastern ky pastor says:

    Apart from the Bible, what book most influenced you personally and also for your ministry?

    How would you distinguish the theology of CofC and most Southern Baptists?

    Lea, what advice would you give to pastors' wives?

  19. Dr. Roger D. Butner says:

    Trey, I have come to respect you very highly as I have had the opportunity to glimpse into your heart and ministry via your blog in recent months. As such, I would love to hear your answer to this pair of questions:

    1. What is your greatest delight regarding the brotherhood of faith known as Churches of Christ?

    2. What is your greatest concern regarding the brotherhood of faith known as Churches of Christ?

    These are questions that remain very important to me as my spiritual journey continues, now in a non-denominational Bible church, and I would really love to hear your thoughts.

    Your brother in Christ,

  20. Anonymous says:

    Trey, are you always optimistic?

    Lea, what is the most difficult thing about raising boys? Do you have any siblings? What do you and your friends do for fun?

    Trey and Lea – Who is a person in your life, (other than a parent or spouse), that you have truly looked up to, admired, and would always respect his/her advice. Why?

    What's the biggest mistake you've ever made?

    Do you have any unusual hobbies or interests?

    What are some of the most important things you hope your children understand when they leave your house and go out on their own?

  21. fraizerbaz says:

    Who is the first person you will look for when you get to Heaven?

  22. Angie says:

    Have your personal beliefs ever conflicted with your employers' beliefs (man not God) and if so, how did you remain true to yourself?

  23. TREY MORGAN says:

    Anonymous – That is an excellent question. If you'd like to email, I'd be happy to answer that for you in private. :)

  24. Anonymous says:

    Which Anonymous, Trey?

  25. TREY MORGAN says:

    Anonymous Friday at 3:12 – It was the question I deleted. The question was an excellent question, just not something to answer here.

  26. TREY MORGAN says:

    Just so this post won't be FOREVER … let's close the questions…

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  • good list. Don't forget Nickelback, OJ, ISIS and beer-throwing Blue Jay fans.
  • He was pretty tough to listen to as well.
  • As crazy as it might sound, Chris Collinsworth just might be worse to listen to than the song Christmas Shoes.
  • Please remember that some Christmas music is incredibly offensive to people with grandmothers who actually were run over by reindeer.
  • Unfortunately, not a great night for "bobcats." :)

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