We need to know church history! But history sounds boring! I want to bring Church History to life, by
using the storytelling format of writing. I want to make it easy and enjoyable to learn our history as a
In book one of our series, we start with the life of Christ and travel through time until the life of
Constantine. Who were the apostles? What happened to the church after the apostles died? Why were
In a storytelling format, The Church is Born, is an easy and enjoyable read.
“Those who don’t learn history are doomed to repeat it”. As we look through church history, we find
the same false teachings, heresy, and debates repeated. Today our churches are facing doctrinal
questions that the church has faced multiple times throughout history. If we are educated about the
false teachings in our history, we will recognize them when we hear them in the pulpits.
Today there is a lot of false information about church history. False or partial information is used to push
people away from Christianity. Our children need to know the complete story, and the context of the
information they are being given.
Hebrews 12:1 says “Therefore, seeing we also are compassed about by so great a cloud of witnesses, let
us lay aside every weight, and the sin which doth so easily beset us and let us run with patience the race
that is set before us.”
A lot happened between the book of Acts and today. Many men and women were used by God to
spread the Gospel.
Hearing their stories will encourage us to continue the work in our Generation.
A Review left from a reader: This book is a great overview of the beginnings of the Christian Church.
Digestible pieces of history that are easy to follow and put the timeline of events in an easily followed