This book was written in order to provide a tool for discipling new Christians that goes beyond New Convert Bible Studies. The idea for this book came to the author while working with a man, in his sixties, who was afraid to pick up the Bible and read it alone for fear he wouldn’t understand what he was reading. He had absolutely no Bible knowledge of any kind (no clue who Paul was, or where to find any book of the Bible, or of the most basic Bible stories) and the Bible was very intimidating to him. Hopefully, This book has helped him, and others like him. The goal of the author has been to put a New Convert Bible Study into a 366 day Devotional/Lesson Book format, that would guide a person through independent learning while developing a daily Bible reading habit
This summary of the book was developed to try to answer any questions you may have about its content. The author's desire is to make it available for use through pastors, so it is put into the hands of people being discipled by local churches. If it looks like something that would be helpful in your church, the author would be thrilled to see it put to use.
GOALS of the book: 1. become familiar with using the Bible. 2. develop a daily Bible reading habit. 3. learn the basic Bible truths. 4. learn the key Bible stories. 5. learn the key Bible characters. 6. grow in their Christian walk. 7. become discipled into the local church
About this Book: 1.Baptist – covers the Baptist distinctives. 2.King James Version – all scripture references are KJV – some indirect references to version issue (found in four lessons: 30,63,66,72). 3.Local Church – strong local church emphasis. 4.Dispensational in approach – doesn’t directly attempt to teach dispensations. 5.Pre-Trib, Pre-Millennial brief outline of prophetic events included. 6.Separation and holy living emphasized.
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