Here are some early reviews about Signs of Emergence by Kester Brewin (In-Stores July).
Kester Brewin is one of the sharpest thinkers on the emerging scene. For years, his community, Vaux, created worship spaces that engaged forbidden cultural and theological themes. His upcoming book, due out in July, Signs of Emergence, continues in this pattern and doesn't disappoint. Brewin combines psychology, urban theory, and complexity theory with biblical reflection on church and leadership. The result? Brewin produces a fresh look at the contemporary scene with an innovative approach to leadership in the church [...]
To view Ryan's complete review visit: http://thebolgblog.typepad.com/thebolgblog/2007/03/signs_of_emerge.html
[...] I think I have read The Complex Christ (the UK version of Signs of Emergence) probably 20 times and I will soon retire the book as soon as Signs of Emergence comes out in North America for no other reason to give it's battered binding a must needed break. If I had a list of the ten most important books for the emerging church and for the church in general, I think this one would definitely be on it. You can pre-order your copy from Amazon.com now, you will be glad you did. [...]
To view Jordon's complete review visit: http://www.jordoncooper.com/2007/01/book-3-of-53-signs-of-emergence-by.html