Foundations PowerPoint CD-ROM
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Foundations is the basic doctrine study taught at Saddleback Church and is a key component of their "second-base" maturity) Purpose Driven strategy. Its goal is to help Christians develop a Christian worldview - the ability to see everything through the filter of God's truth. Too often, doctrine is presented as boring, complicated, not relevant to one's everyday life. However, a Christian worldview based on God's essential truths has a lifelong impact on the way people look at everything around them, above them, and within them. This study lays a foundation for this new perspective and provides benefits for the rest of life.
|Format: Compact disc|
Publication Date: 2002
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Tom and Chaundel Holladay have three children and two grandchildren and have served together at Saddleback Church in Lake Forest, California, for over twenty years.
Tom, in addition to his pastoral leadership and weekend teaching ministries, is a part of Saddlebacks ministry of training church leaders around the world and produces a weekly podcast through the Bible at drivetimedevotions.com He is author of The Relationship Principles of Jesus and, with Kay Warren, Foundations: 11 Core Truths to Build Your Life On.
Kay Warren cofounded Saddleback Church with her husband, Rick Warren, in Lake Forest, California. She is a passionate Bible teacher and respected advocate for those living with HIV & AIDS, orphaned and vulnerable children, as well as for those affected by a mental illness. She founded Saddleback's HIV & AIDS Initiative. Kay is the author of Choose Joy: Because Happiness Isn't Enough, Say Yes to God and coauthor of Foundations, the popular systematic theology course used by churches worldwide. Her children are Amy and Josh, and Matthew who is in Heaven; she has five grandchildren.
Rick4 Stars Out Of 5April 23, 2007RickFoundations PowerPoint slides is a very basic introduction to systematic theology. It would OK for teens and Bible newbies. The slides were nicely laid out (good font size, colors, material arrangement & organization), but there was a tendency to offer assertions without supporting evidence (which may be covered in the print materials). If youre looking for a solid resource for adult small group study, Id recommend Know What You Believe and Know Why You Believe by Paul Little. If youre looking for training materials for serious lay members and congregational leaders, Id recommend The Theology Program from Reclaiming the Mind Ministries.