I sympathize with the guys who were interested in courting his daughters.Uncle Batta is known for having private meetings with them to quiz them on their intentions.
My uncle Batta is a very committed Christian and a great supporter and mentor to me.He is also an extremely passionate and expressive person. Batta is known especially for his long and heartfelt prayers and blessings.You have to be fully committed to someone to marry them, and this question tests to see if that level of commitment exists.When there were twists and turns in our early days of courting and it looked like our relationship might never develop beyond friendship, I found it hard to breathe.He is a popular guest on programs such as Abroad, he was featured twice on 60 Minutes Australia.
Nick also hosts his own daily inspirational radio program.It may not be as bad as a police interrogation, but it’s definitely a high-pressure, in-depth, heart-searching situation for the guy.Uncle Batta shared with me the questions he asks each of his prospective sons-in-law, and I think they are good questions for any Christian couple to ask themselves when contemplating a serious relationship. Do you love the Lord with all your heart, mind, soul, and strength?Nick Vujicic is an evangelist, motivational speaker, author, and the director of Life Without Limbs, a nonprofit organization that advances the gospel of Jesus Christ and helps alleviate suffering worldwide.Nick regularly speaks to large crowds on overcoming obstacles and achieving dreams.You get the picture; Uncle Batta doesn’t do anything halfway.