Earl Creps is arguably one of the most compelling voices on the emerging church and leadership that I have hear in a long time. Hearing him speak is engaging and sparks a lot of thinking. The same can be said about Off-Road Disciplines. There are many things that made me think and want to read more about. But I think this book is not directed at my age group as much as towards older leaders in Evangelical circles. This book is more of a primer for how Boomers can relate and understand Busters, or Gen-X or whatever you want to call it. All in all it’s a worthwhile read and it’s a great place to start for a leader who is trying to understand why the church around them is changing and it seems like there is nothing they can do about it.
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Thanks for the post on O-RD. I’m asked a lot who the book is written for and I still don’t have a concrete answer. But a lot of readers seemed to like the reverse mentoring chapter so I am developing that into a second book that will be out in the fall of ’08 by the same publisher. Appreciate the shout out. E