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This fantastic book summarizes the most important events in Christian history from the time of Jesus to today in 12 easy chapters. This full color, bestselling book presents key events and people every Christian should know, time lines, worksheets, websites, photos, maps and illustrations. The great theologian J. Timothy Paul Jones, along with the other contributors, offers practical and encouraging advice to those who want to impact the next generation. Readers are reminded of the God-designed channels through which discipleship should occur: the church and the home. With a solid foundation of biblical guidelines, each writer offers workable strategies and ideas for family ministry. Parents as well as ministry leaders will be equipped to do their part to carry out the spiritual discipline of discipleship.
How can the church pastorally equip its people to think and act theologically in everyday life? Contrary to much popular opinion, theology is not only for scholars and does not deal only with abstract, metaphysical doctrines such as the hypostatic union. Is there a theology of Facebook and other everyday practices of most people? How might culture, including social networking, inform and be informed by theology? The Missio Alliance Writing Collectives exist as a ministry of writing to resource theological practitioners for mission. This sort of thoughtful engagement is something that we seek to engender not only in our publishing, but in conversations that unfold as a result in the comment section of our articles.