Here’s What Other Leaders are Saying:

Ever since his book While You Were Micro-Sleeping, Steve Moore has been warning of the need for a major course correction in North American Missions. Seize the Vuja dé is both a second shot over the bow and a lighthouse, warning of danger and pointing the way. Anyone who is serious about remaining relevant in a world of unprecedented complexity needs to read this.

Dale Losch // President, Crossworld

Steve Moore has a unique way of taking the stuff we already know and saying it back to us like we are hearing it for the very first time. My Leadership Team experienced this with While You Were Micro-Sleeping and again with Who Is My Neighbor? I am adding Seize The Vuja dé to the list of "must reads" for my key leaders and influencers.

Scott Olson, President/CEO, International Teams

Steve Moore has given us one of those profoundly simple ideas that is both contagious and convicting. No one likes to discover a blind spot, especially leaders, and Steve points us toward the grace, humility and courage to clear our vision for the sake of the world. As a missional leader to this generation I want the Church to see further and see it faster. But we will miss our moment in history unless we have the courage to Seize the Vuja dé.

Claude Hickman: Executive Director, The Traveling Team

I look forward to every edition of Steve Moore's video blog. I know that each topic will be well thought through, carefully examined, and clearly explained. Getting access to this content in the compilation books makes it even easier for me to share these stimulating ideas with others. I regularly apply the video blog in the ministry of the U.S. Center for World Mission and my own life. Foundational to that is something I have seen serving on the Missio Nexus board: Steve's passion for the Lord, his striving for excellence and challenge to us to do the same. It is contagious. Steve makes me strive more diligently in my walk with God and service of His Kingdom.

Greg H. Parsons, PhD
Global Director
U.S. Center for World Mission

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