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.”
Dr. Dietrich Schindler
Executive Director of Church Planting in the Evangelical Free Church in Germany, and author of The Jesus-Model: Planting Churches like Jesus (now available in English).
This endorsement makes me particularly grateful, because one of my primary aims in writing is to make anything I write principle-based so it can be contextualized and applied anywhere in the world.