Endorsements for The Missional Journey

For years we have been challenged to change the score card for ministry effectiveness. Bob not only changes the score card, he gives us the new rules for the game.

If you simply want theory, this book is not for you. Here you will find a biblical theology of the Kingdom with specific and tangible tools for fulfilling the great commission in your city.

Bob Logan… brings to this ministry a prophetic edge that is unique. If you are serious about multiplying disciples and churches that transform the world, then this book is foundational. But be careful. Bob will push you and challenge you and sometimes make you feel uncomfortable.

Full of very practical advice and excellent questions to help you reflect and wisely chart your entire missional journey from beginning to end.

What excites me most about ministry is to see lives impacted and transformed by Jesus. The Missional Journey is a practical resource that clarifies the path to follow in order to fulfill our real purpose: to be Jesus disciples who love God and serve his Kingdom.

Bob Logan once again balances thoughtful reflection with pragmatic principles. Chronicling The Missional Journey from biblical theology to multiplying movements, this book touches on issues at the heart of God.

The Missional Journey is an excellent resource for understanding how to live and lead on mission.

An excellent, comprehensive road map for the missional leader.

The Missional Journey is well-grounded, field-tested, and action-oriented. If you want to really engage the world as a missional leader, keep this book close when you’re drawing up plans and taking next steps.

The true value of Bob Logan’s book, The Missional Journey, can only be discovered in its application. It is a must-use resource for all of us serious about engaging God’s mission in this world.

An invaluable, just-in-time resource for denominational leaders, pastors, church planters, and anyone serious about making and multiplying disciples.

Bob Logan has produced a guide to missional ministry so clear and user-friendly that even those of us from non-evangelical backgrounds will say: “I can do that!”

As someone longing to see the congregations and clergy of our Diocese become more fruitful, I am delighted with The Missional Journey. Bob Logan gives concrete, specific help to those who are eager to engage their world the way Jesus did.

Logan once again takes the complex and makes it accssessable to all, grounding everything in transferable principles. The Missional Journey gives us a consistent, simple, yet profound understanding of what it means to be a ‘missional’ church.

Bob writes not just from the perspective of one who personally mentors strategic leaders around the globe (though he does!), but from the vantage point of one who lives what he says.