We are living in a unique time in history.
Social media and information technology have given everyone access to power, knowledge, and a platform—things that once belonged only to kings and queens.
Journeying through the life of David (a king after God’s heart), Age of Kings addresses the issues of our social media age: personal propaganda, #hashtivism, acquaintance-friendships, trolls, selfies, desire, cognification, and fake news. Like a guidebook for the newly crowned kings and queens of this age, Age of Kings equips the reader to discover their true worth and identity, to conquer giants, to experience true friendship, to share their life authentically, to give all glory to God, to walk in sexual wholeness, to embrace humility, and to seek truth in community.
Deciding to follow Jesus is the beginning of an amazing adventure that is much like an expedition. Like the beginning of all expeditions and journeys, there is always excitement and numerous questions. This book aims to answer some of those questions, provide some practical first steps, and give a brief orientation of what it means to follow Jesus using the imagery of an expeditionary sailing ship.
Now that you have boarded Jesus’ expeditionary vessel in faith, raise your mast, set your sail, and join with others on Jesus’ treasure-seeking journey to the ends of the earth.
Let the expedition begin…
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Recent Publishing Credits
- Bryce Ashlin-Mayo, review of Ecologies of Faith in a Digital Age: Spiritual Growth through Online Education. Stephen D Lowe and Mary E Lowe, International Journal of Christianity & Education, vol. 23, no. 2 (2019): 237-238.
- Bryce Ashlin-Mayo. “Pastoral Leadership and the Kobayashi Maru.” Amrbose@Large, Ambrose University, 18 July 2018, atlarge.ambrose.edu/articles/2018/7/18/pastoral-leadership-and-the-kobayashi-maru-1
- Bryce Ashlin-Mayo. “Technology’s Tension and the Church: A Prophetic Community for a Tribal World.” Ambrose@Large, Ambrose University, 22 Feb. 2018, atlarge.ambrose.edu/articles/2018/2/22/technologys-tension-and-the-church-a-prophetic-community-for-a-tribal-world
- Bryce Ashlin-Mayo, review of The Spy, the Rat and the Bed of Nails: Creative Ways of Talking about Christian Faith. Mark Roques, International Journal of Christianity & Education, vol. 22, no. 1 (2017): 76-77.
- Bryce Ashlin-Mayo “Great Scott!” Anthem, 2016, p. 29, ambrose.edu/sites/default/files/spring_2016_anthem_0.pdf.