The Author

Doug Logan has a dual-role in Acts 29, where he serves as director of the Diversity Initiative and co-director of Church in Hard Places. He previously served as the lead pastor of Epiphany Camden. Doug and his wife, Angel, have been married since 1996 and have three sons. You can follow him on Twitter.

What Makes Hard Places ‘Hard’?

This is what the gospel does to us: it humbles us and enables us to identify with the poor.

Diversity the World Can’t Achieve

Diversity is not natural in an individualistic culture. But

Hard Places Aren’t Trendy, But They’re Worth It

Steve Timmis talks with Doug Logan and Mez McConnell

Understanding Race & Reconciliation in the USA

Acts 29 is a diverse, global family of church-planting

Pizza, Pitbulls and the Power of God

Our mission was to plant a church in Camden