Faithmapping for you and for your kids.

UncategorizedJared KennedyComment

“It’s the whole business of the whole church to preach the whole gospel to the whole world.” Charles Spurgeon

Sojourn Pastors, Daniel Montgomery and Mike Cosper, have recently released their book Faithmapping: A Gospel Atlas For Your Spiritual Journey. The book unpacks our vision and mission--to see the whole gospel form us as a whole church and send us to the whole world. Faithmapping is available in paperback and Kindle here, as well as many other retailers like Crossway and Westminster Bookstore. You can take time to read the introduction to the book at Pastor Daniel's personal blog. 

Even if you've heard about Faithmapping, you may not know that Sojourn already has two books for children that unpack the whole gospel (in three perspectives) and the whole church (in five identities). If you'd like to pass on the truths that your learning in Faithmapping to your kids, you should check these out:

What is the Gospel? by Mandy Groce teaches children the message of God’s kingdom accomplished through God’s cross by God’s grace. This whole gospel is given to us as one beautiful mosaic. Our hope is that this little book will help children to see this from their earliest years. The book is now available for order from and the WTS bookstore. The book has been published by Christian Focus Publications.

What is the Church? This is Sojourn’s second children’s book, written by Mandy Groce and Bill Bell.   What Is The Church? was written to teach preschool children that the church is not a building. It is a people that God has called together and made alive by faith. Purchase the book online here.  Pick up a copy at the book table.  It is now available for order from and the WTS bookstore. It has also been published by Christian Focus Publications.

By the way, a big thanks to the Hankins family for the helpful review and critique of What is the Gospel? We're working on a gospel tract for kids that uses the same three perspectives. It will definitely include verses. :) Another big thanks to Tony Kummer for blogging about the books and making a great little promo video. Thanks Tony!