If you are looking for the best place to start with developing a closer daily walk with the Lord as a new Christian, this book is definitely a great tool to add to help you.
Pastor Donald Root said: “I have written this book to provide a tool for discipling new Christians that goes beyond New Convert Bible studies. The idea for this book came to me 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, I have helped him and others like him.
My goal 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.”
For years, Pastor Root worked on this book before publishing it. As his publisher, we believe it is needed and very well presented. Hopefully, families in their devotional time, pastors, teachers, and laymen will utilize this book to God’s glory. It is a much needed work. Discipleship is such a neglected area and this book will help in this important area. Amen!”
~H. D. Williams, M.D., Ph.D., President
The Old Paths Publications, Inc.
Here are the GOALS this book seeks to work with you to achieve:
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
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Paperback: 408 pages
Publisher: The Old Paths Publications, Inc. (August 17, 2016)
Product Dimensions: 7.4 x 0.8 x 9.7 inches
Shipping Weight: 1.6 pounds
About the Author
Donald Root has served as assistant pastor at Tomah Baptist Church for over 17 years as of this writing. He has served in the same church since he graduated from high school, serving as youth pastor/pastor (approximately 25 years), deacon, and as an adult Sunday School teacher. He was raised in a godly home and has been discipled by the four godly pastors he has served under. He was ordained as a Baptist pastor in 2008. He and his wife have three adult children, all of whom are actively serving God in their local churches.