Missional Church understanding has an important role in renewing the Church in the world, but very few authors from the Developing countries wrote about it. You can find in this book how the Malagasy Lutheran Church works as missional with the Revival movement happening in the local Churches and the participation of the lay people in evangelization. The missional self-understanding which is reflected in the historical and contemporary models of evangelization used within the Malagasy Lutheran Church (FLM) has been seen to be the self-propagating of the local churches combined with a truly contextualized form of evangelization. This self-propagation already began in 1896 with the emerging of a local Revival movement. The author wants to show that Evangelization is not only the responsibility of Missionaries, but especially of the local Christians. This book is recommended to those who are interested in studying Missional Church in the Third World context and history.