I’ve never read Radical, David Platt’s bestselling prequel to Radical Together. However, I’m going to get a copy as soon as possible.
In Radical Together, Platt encourages his readers to forget the American Dream and other useless pursuits and to embrace a passion for spreading the Gospel all over the world through unity among believers, churches, and organizations. As radical as it may seem, Platt is building on an age-old concept that without unity, nothing happens. But with unity, even miracles can come into existence.
What I liked about this book is its variety of resources. Combining stories, facts, inspiration, and his own personal testimonies and examples, Platt weaves a practical book that can be used to disciple people into this visionary world movement. I highly recommend it to anyone who’s willing to get real and get radical. 🙂
I received a free e-copy of this book from WaterBrook Multnomah’s Blogging for Books program in exchange for my honest review.