In David Platt’s new book Radical challenges Christians to see life in a new and challenging way. From a man once titled the youngest mega church pastor, read as David wonders and struggles through how we went from Jesus (our role model) who had 12 disciplines to mega churches of thousands. Are we missing the intended simplicity of disciplineship? I find David’s perspective refreshing, challenging, and founded in biblical principles and truth. I appreciate his heart to follow in the footsteps of his Lord with the right heart and conviction for teaching and leading. Are you ready to start thinking radically and to be challenged in some of your ideals and habits? If so, please take this journey alongside David.
To request a free copy of David Platt’s ‘The Radical Question’ (a smaller text that works on a smaller scale with the same topic) please visit: www.WaterBrookMultnomah.com/RadicalQuestion
This book & ‘The Radical Question’ were both provided for my review by WaterBrook Multanomah.
Also, please visit the official site of the Radical book movement here: www.RadicalTheBook.com