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"Discontinuous change wreaks havoc among congregations and pastors who aren’t familiar with the new terrain. When it comes to navigating this new land, Roxburgh and Romanuk have my ear and gratitude. Effective, dependable, useful . . . their wisdom is helping retool our congregation for daring and robust witness. And among my students—who feel change deep in their bones, both its threats and opportunities—this book is a vital companion as they begin their ministries."
—Chris William Erdman, senior pastor, University Presbyterian Church; adjunct faculty, MB Biblical Seminary Biblical Seminary
It is a book that believe that the Holy Spirit is alive and working within us today, it gives hope.
I was thoroughly engaged by both Dr. Roxburgh and Dr. Romanuk as they discussed the various elements that contribute to the process of change.
The author asserts that this approach can be used in any church setting to give the congregation more of a missional church direction.
Fluff Ball Leader had a hard time with this book. Not that every book on church leadership needs sweeping, Steinbeckian prose to carry you through it, but this book felt at times... Read morePublished 9 months ago by david
But not to me. The overall idea is okay, but the much touted (by the authors) spirituality is jejune, not coming from much experience.Published 21 months ago by Amazon Customer
This book caught my imagination from the outset as it addressed my leadership and the congregation I serve. Read morePublished on July 14, 2012 by Andrew
I have been a "fan" of Alan Roxburgh since 2004 when I read his book Crossing the Bridge where he describes the journey the church is on as crossing a bridge and not knowing where... Read morePublished on September 20, 2011 by Rodney D. Veldhuzen
An excellent must read for the church leader. It's worth the cost of the book to read chapter three concerning missional church cycles.Published on September 30, 2009 by Marc L. Kelley
The Kindle conversion is very poor. There are random words in bold type on every page. It is difficult to read. Clearly there was no quality control done. Read morePublished on April 5, 2009 by Kathryn Parmentier
I'm working my way through reading the Missional Leader. Alan Roxburgh's book is very thought provoking and is a kind of book that you have to stop and think and process while you... Read morePublished on October 21, 2008 by P. Leichty
I was thoroughly engaged by both Dr. Roxburgh and Dr. Romanuk as they discussed the various elements that contribute to the process of change. Read morePublished on September 8, 2008 by Perry L. Radford