What can you do to help? Please follow Foundations on Twitter (@4BigQs), like it on Facebook, share posts on both, encourage others to do the same, point people to the Foundations website – FourBigQuestions.com – and perhaps even order several copies so that you can give some to other preachers, pastors, Bible study leaders, Sunday School teachers, friends in the church and friends on the fringe of the church. Thank you for helping Foundations launch well!
What are others saying?
The book of Acts tells of God’s plan for us to have relationship in the context of his grace. Foundations fills out this picture beautifully. Read and enjoy!”
Darrell Bock, Senior Research Professor of New Testament, Dallas Theological Seminary and author of Acts, Baker Exegetical Commentary
“A great little primer about the world, ourselves and – most importantly – God. This short, easy to read, helpful book will help you get to know Him better.”
Marcus Honeysett, Director of Living Leadership
“Many people build their lives on a weak foundation of sand. In Foundations, Peter Mead introduces you to the one concrete foundation poured deep enough to hold your life steady!”
Tony Reinke, Writer for Desiring God Ministries and author of Lit!
“Peter’s love of scripture, and his desire to see lives transformed bleed through the pages of this book. Explore the foundations of Christianity and engage anew the true story of a relationship between a human race whose sin is greater than we think, and a God whose grace is more amazing than we could imagine!”
Rick McKinley, Lead Pastor of Imago Dei Community, Portland, Oregon.
“Having the right answers is one thing but Peter Mead goes deeper – he explores the right questions – questions of God, humanity, sin and salvation. By turning to Scripture this book gives us a surprising, satisfying and compelling foundation for life.”
Glen Scrivener, Evangelist, Speak Life and author of 321.
“Peter Mead provides the important foundational questions—and answers—that we want people to be asking when it comes to faith in Christ. This concise book is just what is needed to build belief and believers!”
Scott M. Gibson, Haddon W. Robinson Professor of Preaching and Ministry, Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary