Have you caught the vision for The Missional Journey? If you’re ready for some serious help on implementing incarnational, missional ministry, come to the Cultivating Missional Movements Workshop, presented by Bob Logan and Dave DeVries.
- 1 ½ day open event
- June 13-14, 2013
At this workshop, we’ll dig into all the systems necessary to start, support and multiply missional movements. How do you actually implement this vision in a way that results in true movements on a regional or national level? Come join us and discover the practical strategies and action steps that get you where you want to go.
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It’s probably too early to tell, but my newly released book, The Missional Journey, really seems to be resonating with a wide variety of readers– from mainline denominations to Pentecostal. Many have told me they experience a deep, visceral, heartfelt response: that internal “Yes, this is what God has called us to do.”
The Missional Journey seems to be stimulating people toward action in a way that they are motivated about. People have told me that they like how the book is very holistic, coming out of a theological and biblical framework, but also how it moves them toward thinking in very practical terms: What’s the next step to help us move forward?
I just saw the first review of my latest book, The Missional Journey… at least the first review that I know of. And it’s from someone who has an aversion to the word “missional.” Check out what Carl Simmons has to say on his blog.
I want to introduce you to Dave DeVries. Dave is a contributor on my soon-to-be-released book, The Missional Journey, sharing his wisdom and learnings from his own ministry experience. I’ve always been a big believer in collaborative projects because I find the process yields far richer results than when someone works alone. I very much appreciate Dave lending his perspective on how missional ministry is lived out in practice.
I’ve been in the final process of getting my most recent book, The Missional Journey, off to the printers. As part of that process, the following endorsement came in, and I wanted to share it here:
“When German Christians read (another) American book on church development they often roll their eyes and respond with, ‘typically American.’ What they mean is that the content is so tied to an American cultural context that it is practically unusable in a German or another cross-cultural context. This is not the case with The Missional Journey. Bob Logan has gifted the wider world with content that is transferable, challenges that are timely, questions that are forward-looking, and guidelines that are transformative. If you read, re-read and digest this salient work, you will find yourself in the middle of a missional journey and a missional movement.”