What People Are Saying About “Creating a Missional Culture” – Part 2
I just finished my final edits of Creating a Missional Culture: Equipping the Church for the Sake of the World. If you haven’t heard yet, InterVarsity Press has moved up the release date to August 20th, 2012 so now is a good time to pre-order the book, especially since Amazon and B&N have it for 50% off. Here are a few more endorsements of the book. I will give some more next week.
A COUPLE MORE ENDORSEMENTS
“A decade ago, Alan Hirsch and I explored the idea that the five-fold leadership matrix was essential to unleashing the missional church. Now JR Woodward goes further by detailing how this matrix of leadership fosters a learning, healing, welcoming, liberating and thriving missional culture. This book is beautifully written, well researched, and it gets at complex issues in a readable and accessible way. This book is a gift to the missional conversation.”
– Michael Frost, author, The Shaping of Things to Come and The Road to Missional
“The Church has encountered a serious gap in fulfilling its apostolic imagination. JR steps in as a visionary and provides a major breakthrough, showing us that the release of the missional church is dependent upon Creating a Missional Culture. This book offers next steps for those of us who long to equip ordinary Christians for profoundly missional expressions of church. I wish I had written it!”
– Linda Bergquist, Church Strategist; coauthor Church Turned Inside Out: A Guide for Designers, Refiners, and Re-Aligners.