Discover the power of building a church culture rather than a program---and become salt and light in your community! Drawing inspiration from history and today's emerging church in the developing world, renowned author, pastor, and worldwide church planter Roberts envisions a new way of engaging local congregations to achieve common goals. 224 pages, softcover from Zondervan.
The first-century church turned its world upside down. With Gods help, churches today can do the same! But it wont come about through a new church program, but rather through a new church culturea culture of transformation. Pastor and church-planter Bob Roberts Jr. sees transformation in two spheres that are intimately connected to one another: T-Life (transformed life of the believer), which leads to a T-World (transformed world). Read Transformation, and youll catch a vision for how your church can escape the routine and have both local and global impact for Gods kingdom through the power of changed lives. Leaders Speak Out on Transformation: This thought-provoking book is for every planter or pastor who is asking, What does it mean to be salt and light in todays worldwide community? Ed Young, senior pastor, Fellowship Church; author, Can We Do That? Bob Roberts always brings me back to why I do what I do. Transformation will challenge and inspire you to make your service for Christ pure and authentic regardless of where it leads. I highly recommend it! Robert Lewis, senior pastor, Fellowship Bible Church Transformation is full of authenticity because Bob Roberts himself is being transformed. Read this book if you dare. It may transform your view of the churchand your own life. Leighton Ford, president, Leighton Ford Ministries
Bob Roberts Jr. is the founding pastor of NorthWood Church in the Dallas/Ft. Worth area, and has been involved in the planting of a hundred congregations in the United States. Bob also works in Australia, Asia, Afghanistan, Mexico, and Nepal helping with church planting and development and global engagement. Bob is a graduate of Baylor University (BA), Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary (Mdiv), and Fuller Seminary (D.Min.) with an emphasis in church planting. He and his wife have two children.