Big Picture of the BibleNew Testament begins with the 400 years in between the Old and New Testaments and then takes readers on a step-by-step journey through the New Testament from Matthew to Revelation. This all-in-one Bible study workbook organizes Bible stories and events in historical sequence which provides continuity and better understanding of the Bible. Included in the eight lessons are Full Color Illustrations, Maps of Old Testament Lands, Charts and Timelines, Historical Notes about the Period, Discussion Questions & Answers, and a Glossary of Terms. Gods Plan of Redemption and Salvation is emphasized throughout the book. Readers will see how Jesus Christ fulfilled the plan God laid out in the Old Testament. Written in an easy-to-read bulleted format, Big Picture of the BibleNew Testament is great for Individuals, Families, Church Groups, Homeschoolers, and Christian Schools. Readers will experience spiritual growth as they learn about Gods character and love through the message and ministry of Jesus Christ explained in the text.
Lorna Daniels Nichols is president and co-founder of Big Picture Ministries, LLC, an organization devoted to encouraging spiritual growth through the study of Gods Word. A graduate of Washington University in St. Louis, Lorna enjoyed an extensive management career with a major telecommunications company. After taking an early retirement, Lorna devoted her time to Christian leadership. She started a dynamic Christian book club and simultaneously began a teaching ministry out of which Big Picture of the Bible evolved. Lornas wide-range of expertise in project design, implementation, and management provides her with the skills essential to creating a study guide of this magnitude. Her passion for developing Big Picture of the Bible comes from her love of Christ and her desire to help others develop a more intimate and personal relationship with God through knowing His Word. Lorna and her husband John currently live in Chesterfield, Missouri, and are members of Grace Church where both are facilitators, leaders, and mentors for Christ.