“If we want to make disciples that stand the storms of life, the tests of the enemy of our souls, and still continue to bear fruit for many generations, they need to have a strong Biblical taproot!” 

The Bible Taproot is a short book on the history of chronological Bible teaching, written by my friend Dr Ed Skowron. He takes a look at the early days of this teaching method being developed by NTM missionaries in the Philippines, to how it has developed into one of the most powerful and impactful teaching methods used in outreach around the world. Chronological teaching unfolds the foundations of the faith by revealing how God the Father is the true focus of each story in Scripture, whether front and center or behind the scenes. The unfolding drama of redemption is told as we follow the Timeline of history, leading up to the fulfillment of His great plan in the person and work of Jesus Christ. Chronological teaching has led to the birth of the Storytelling movement, the International Orality Network and perhaps the Gospel Project. There are so many great resources available now that present the Bible as one main story about the God who made us, who loves us and wants to have fellowship with us, both now and for all eternity.