ABOUT THE BOOK
Ready or not, the game is changing.
Life has shifted more dramatically in the past hundred years than it did in the thousand years before. It’s altered more in the past five years alone than it did in the previous fifty years. What does this mean for the next three years? The next ten years?
The problem is we’re not playing a game. The stakes in the church are higher than they’ve ever been. As leaders, we risk the future of this generation if we ignore the rapid pace of change.
In Zombies, Football and the Gospel, author Reggie Joiner walks you through 10 game-changing concepts that will help you navigate the shifting sands of culture and connect with the world around you, both personally and professionally.
(And just in case you’re wondering, zombies and football provide key sign posts along the way.)
The game has changed. It’s time for us to change the way we play—because we can’t afford to lose
WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING
“As a mom and a ministry leader, I know how crucial it is for my preschooler to understand the basic truth that ‘God made me.’ The Creation Story tells the story of the whole of creation in a fun rhyme and beautiful illustrations all the while reminding preschoolers they are God’s greatest, most important creation. This book is a must have for me in my small groups and in my home!”
—Kelly Stockdale, Family Director, The Hill
“What a great book for introducing children to the story of creation—they will want to read it over and over it again! It’s captivating, fun to chant aloud, and a great way to begin reading God’s Word with any age.”
—Lauren Bowman, writer and mother of five
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Reggie Joiner is the founder and CEO of Orange, an organization designed to redefine ministry approaches for churches and family environments. For nearly 40 years, he’s mentored teachers and leaders who influence the next generation. Reggie and his wife, Debbie, have raised four kids into adulthood.