Book Review from an Avid ReaderPosted: November 29th, 2012 | Filed under: Blog, Life, The Lego Principle | No Comments »
Thank you Joan!
Thank you Joan!
Thank you Steve Strang for believing in me.
ANC – Many of us remember Legos, those timeless, colorful building bricks that took up hours of our childhood. Now, who would have thought that they would make a poignant metaphor for building a relationship with God?
Business World Weekender - LEGO, the popular Danish line of construction toys consisting of colorful interlocking plastic bricks, has been responsible for transforming the way people play, learn, and think since it was first made in 1949. Read full story .
Last November 5, ABS-CBNnews.com featured The Lego Principle in an article that stated that it was a “book on discipleship that even non-believers of God can relate to.”
I’d like to thank writer Karen Flores for her kind words, and encourage all of you to share her piece with your friends.
Charisma Magazine Strang Report - You may not have heard of Filipino pastor Joey Bonifacio, but his LEGO Principle—a simple yet profound discipleship model—could change the American church. Click here to read more.
by Rica Peralejo Bonifacio – Of course I’m going to talk about it, he’s my father-in-law and that’s a given. But even if he weren’t, I would still endorse Joey Bonifacio’s internationally published “The Lego Principle,” for very good reasons. Read more of the article here.
A big thank you to Dr. Joel Hunter and the leadership of Northland Church in Longwood, Florida for allowing The LEGO Principle to be launched there. Am so encouraged how about how God opened the door, only God could have orchestrated this.
The reason why I wrote The LEGO Principle was to have a way of mobilizing and activating the members in the pews. If we can activate the 99% to go make disciples there’s no telling how quickly the Gospel can transform our cities. The reception of Northland’s members is just an indicator of their desire to “Go and make disciples.” They just need to get a revelation that they are called to do so.
“Consecrate yourselves, for tomorrow the LORD will do amazing things among you.” Joshua 3:5
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I want to thank Clark Matthews of KNEO Radio for this interview for The Lego Principle. I enjoyed the conversation and appreciated his insight on discipleship. More power to you and everyone at KNEO, Clark.