Book Review: Breaking the Missional Code!

Authors: Ed Stetzer (PH.D.) and David Putnam (Ps) are pastors, missiologists, church planters and mission consultants.

BIG Idea: The big idea of this book is that the Church is God’s missionary in the world. We need to embrace this call and act as a missional church in our culture and local community.

Review: This book challenged me to get engaged in my local community as a missionary of the gospel. This book laid a thorough theological foundation for missional ministry and also gave plenty of practical tips to engage with the local community in a more effective way.

Favourite Chapter: Chapter 15 explores the step by step process to strategize and engage in missional ministry in the local community. Very practical, very helpful and very applicable.

Rating: 8/10

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One Response to “Book Review: Breaking the Missional Code!”

  1. theswampcelt Says:

    A theological foundation and practical tips? You’ve got me interested. 🙂

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