The World of the Word: Discipleship From Moab to Macedonia
Dan Fennell takes his readers on an eyewitness journey through the lands of the Bible to help them rediscover the historical reality of the biblical narrative, and to invite them into a renewed commitment to whole-of-life Christian discipleship. In...
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Dan Fennell takes his readers on an eyewitness journey through the lands of the Bible to help them rediscover the historical reality of the biblical narrative, and to invite them into a renewed commitment to whole-of-life Christian discipleship.
In this wonderfully reflective exploration of what it means to believe, readers travel through the world of God's word - the Ancient Near East and Mediterranean lands - from Moab to Macedonia - travelling with Israel through the wilderness, walking with Jesus and his disciples from Capernaum to Jerusalem, and partnering with the Apostle Paul on his missionary journeys. Devout pilgrims and curious seekers alike are helped to reconnect the Christian faith to its historical foundations as the salvation history of peoples and nations in the biblical story unfolds before their eyes. Reading this discipleship adventure, you too will be inspired to walk into the future that God has prepared having discovered the challenge, fellowship, and joy of following Jesus.
Born and raised in rural South Australia, Dan Fennell became a follower of Jesus while studying at university. After completing teacher training and marrying his wife Diane, they departed from Adelaide in 1998 with their children to commence what became two decades of Christian ministry in Jakarta, Indonesia, serving in Christian Education and with a large Asian International church. Dan's preaching and teaching ministry expanded to training church leaders in Singapore, India, and Vietnam, and leading successful study tours for ten years through biblical lands - in Jordan, Israel, Turkey, and Greece. After completing their Indonesia ministry in 2020, Dan and Diane returned to South Australia.