A Relational Hermeneutic for K.o.G. Mission

ThyKingdomConnected2I am thrilled that to announce that I just received my first bound copy of my book and it is available at a store near you…

Family2009 148_optThis book was born in the context of an eleven-year life altering experiment in ecclesial life, fleshed out in learning communities with thoughtful women and men who never ceased to ask insightful and revealing questions, and now it is being published by my new friends at Baker Books.

I hope you’ll take a look at it.  I’m very excited to offer my voice and contribute, even a small piece, to the ongoing conversation. . . let me know what you think.

Peace, dwight

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  1. I’m excited for you Dwight…and excited to read it too.

    Any idea if there will be a Kindle version?

  2. As I understand it, there will be a kindle version, but there is usually a bit of lag time between the first hard copy release and the e-book release. i think the publisher wants to drive sales of the hard copy first.

  3. Just finished it! Great way to end the year. I’d love to grab coffee with you and chat about some of the ideas in it. “you never know…” I posted a review on Amazon.

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