Endorsements for The Missional Journey

I’ve read a lot books on ministry but this might be the best. It’s a delight to see this wonderful synthesis and development of years of experience and research. Your ministry won’t be the same.

Taking an intentional journey, Bob has adapted his gift for systems thinking and laced it with a strong biblical foundation.

Bob Logan… presents a readable, holistic approach to church planting and church development that is practical and flexible.

I first became aware of Bob Logan’s work as young pastor eager to move beyond the basics of the church growth movement. I continue to learn from Bob in his latest work as he leads us forward in the vital nature of discipleship in the missional church movement.

The most practical book on missional leadership to date.

The Missional Journey demands theological rigor and discerning, prayerful work by a community. It does not offer easy programs or simple solutions. Rather, this book invites us onto a journey that leads out to new and unknown frontiers.

Most missional leaders know their mission. They have some understanding of their vision. They’re sketchy on how to get there. What I appreciate about Bob Logan is his ability to help missional leaders turn vision into reality.

Packed with easy-to-use and practical strategies that you can use right away in your ministry.

I have found as an evangelist that the world has shifted a great deal the last twenty years. It’s time we all heed Bob Logan’s direction for us and consider a new approach.

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.

With biblical insight and Holy Spirit-driven truths, Bob outlines a present-day missional approach to ministry based on how Jesus himself lived incarnationally. A must-read for any individual engaged in transformational ministry.

I anticipate this will be a go-to resource in my leadership development tool box for years to come.

Bob Logan has done another stellar service for the church by sharing the broad, practical implications of holistic implementation of a Kingdom-oriented, missionally-focused ministry.

The Missional Journey is a practical guide for churches looking to put their faith into action. Read this book if you’re serious about having a powerful incarnational impact in your community.

Finally, a missional book that leans more toward the practical than the theoretical!