This book is an essay on how Christians should relate in a balanced way to the past, the present, and the future. How can we have a personal relationship with the present and at the same time preserve the historical identity of Christianity? How do we incorporate ourselves into the present and respect the past? How can we maintain hope in the future without alienating ourselves from our commitment with the present? How can we feel satisfied with the progress of today without forgetting about our future hope? How can the future motivate and strengthen our present? What should our attitude be toward time? This book responds to questions followers of Christ have about five areas: evangelism, discipleship, the Bible, the church, and the world.