The Lord of the Ring: A Journey in Search of Count Zinzendorf

Pages: 192
ISBN: 978-1-910012-33-8
Publication Date: 31/10/2020
Format: Paperback | eBook

Price: £12.99

There could hardly be a better time to shine a spotlight on the life and legacy of Zinzendorf.
Pete Greig, 24-7 Prayer International

A group of students gathered to make a solemn vow that would shape the rest of their lives and change the world forever.

Three hundred years ago, Count Nikolaus Ludwig von Zinzendorf and his friends covenanted together to be true to Christ, kind to all people and to take the Gospel to the nations. Each sealed the vow with a ring which they would wear for the rest of their lives. They could hardly know that within a few years their promise would lead to an explosion of pioneering Christian communities across the globe, the launch of the first modern missions movement, and a continuous prayer watch which ran day and night for over one hundred years. Because it was the Lord Jesus who was Lord of their rings, and of the vow they signified.

Join pilot and author Phil Anderson of the 24-7 Prayer movement on an unforgettable aerial road trip, as a modern-day group of friends race to uncover the history of Zinzendorf and re-establish the Order of the Mustard Seed as a pattern for authentic, relational, missional discipleship in the twenty-first century.

The Lord of the Ring

What People are Saying

“Phil is a living letter – the story of the Order of the Mustard Seed is not merely history and theory for him, but also a lived reality in his life.”

Jill Weber
International Conveyor for The Order of the Mustard Seed, Director of Houses of Prayer for 24-7 Prayer 

“This book is thrillingly pertinent … There could hardly be a better time to shine a spotlight on the life and legacy of Zinzendorf … I have learned a great deal I never knew about one of my heroes from this timely book.”

Pete Greig
24-7 Prayer International

About the Author

Phil Anderson has served as a Christian leader, an elected politician, coordinator of the UK national prayer breakfast, engineer of the world’s fastest paper recycling plant, and manager of a toothpaste-tube factory. In 2005 he became a founder member of the renewed Order of the Mustard Seed, a lay ecumenical order of prayer, mission and justice.

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