Hi everyone, I'm working on a curriculum this fall for our Middle School kids. They wanted me to teach on why we are what we are: Christian, Protestant, Reformed, Presbyterian, PCA, etc. I decided that a good way to teach this is to frame church history around major controversies and challenges to the church throughout history. I've been looking for a book that would be accessible to a middle school student but still substantial. So far in my searches I've been thinking about: Christian History Made Easy, Timothy Paul Jones Church History in Plain Language, Bruce Shelley Church History 101: The Highlights of Twenty Centuries, Sinclair Ferguson, Joel Beeke, Michael Haykin Church History: An Essential Guide, Justo Gonzalez Pocket History of the Church, D. Jeffrey Bingham Turning Points: Decisive Moments in the History of Christianity, Mark Noll Edited to add: 50 World Changing Events in Christian History, Earl Blackburn Does anyone have any thoughts or advice for choosing a supplemental book? I'd like to purchase a copy for every student (5-10 students) for them to have as a reference and to assign reading throughout the week. Thanks in advance!