A Quick Reference Guide to the End Times
What You Need to Know Most About Bible Prophecy From the team behind the Prophecy Pros Podcast comes A Quick Reference Guide to the End Times . Bestselling authors Jeff Kinley and Todd Hampson bring you this concise look...
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What You Need to Know Most
About Bible Prophecy
From the team behind the Prophecy Pros Podcast comes A Quick Reference Guide to the End Times. Bestselling authors Jeff Kinley and Todd Hampson bring you this concise look at the most pressing questions about the rapture, the antichrist, the millennial kingdom, and beyond. Jeff and Todd share their wealth of Scripture-based knowledge about the end times, steering away from speculation to make sure you get only the information that truly matters.
Featuring helpful charts, graphics, and illustrations, this accessible manual will help you understand answers to important prophecy questions such as&...
in what basic order will the end times unfold? how do we know Jesus is literally returning to earth? how should Christians live if Jesus might return any day now?
Whether you're totally new to Bible prophecy or you've been studying it for years, A Quick Reference Guide to the End Times is the user-friendly handbook you need to keep track of the most essential facts about the future.
Todd Hampson is an author, illustrator, and animation producer. In addition to founding Timbuktoons, LLC, an award-winning animation company, he has produced artwork and animation for clients such as Phil Vischer, The Salvation Army, Compassion International, and The National Archives. Todd and his wife are the proud parents of three high-school and college-age children and make their home in Georgia. toddhampson.com
Jeff Kinley has authored more than a dozen books, including Uncovering the Mysteries of God, Losers Club, and I Can Only Imagine. In 2000 Jeff founded Main Thing Ministries, whose mission is to "communicate the relevancy of Christianity to this generation." Jeff has also worked with young men and teenagers for twenty-one years in student ministry. He lives in Little Rock, Arkansas, with his wife, Beverly, and their three sons, Clayton, Stuart, and Davis.