A dynamic new study on the first century church

Unquenchable Flame: The Story of the Early Church is a study resource for churches, small groups, families, and individuals who are seeking a better understanding of the first-century story as a whole.

A beginner's guide to understanding the first-century saga.

A beginner’s guide to understanding the first-century saga.

What began as a series of messages for a small gathering of believers in my town is now available as a free download to all In Search of the City subscribers.

This book contains study notes, scripture readings, questions for personal reflection and/or group discussion, and a recommended reading list for further study. The narration is easy-to-read and includes a note for each letter of the New Testament to be read in its proper chronological order and context.

In short, Unquenchable Flame contains everything you need to get a basic grasp on the New Testament as one complete story. It is a beginner’s guide to understanding the first-century saga.

There is no copyright or price tag on this work, as I believe what is freely received should be freely given. You are welcome to distribute it, print copies for your own use, or adapt it to meet your specific ministry needs. For any other questions, comments, or feedback, don’t hesitate to contact me. I hope this little offering is of service to you in some way.

“The original witness of the church must lead us all, though still in very different camps, into the unity and purity of the clear light. The period of original revelation must be the point of departure for any dialogue between the many churches, sects, and movements of our own day. The awakening and uniting of all who truly desire to follow Christ will be given at the source, and nowhere else.” (Eberhard Arnold)

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