How Good Is Good Enough?

All good people go to Heaven, right? What classifies as good? What percentage of good do I need in my life to counter-balance the bad? How many of the Ten Commandments do I really need to keep, if any? Who makes the final call? Did Mother Teresa throw of the cosmic grading curve for us all? These and many more questions are explored in Andy Stanley’s book “How Good Is Good Enough?”

If you’ve always or never asked these questions or never truly explored the answers I urge you to take a moment out of your schedule to read this book. Come on, it’ll take less than two hours. I promise you won’t be disappointed.

This little book is a short read but I pray that for many, it will have an eternal impact. Andy Stanley has done a tremendous job of compiling, simplifying and condensing the hurdles a person most often faces in accepting Jesus as their savior. In only 92 pages many questions are explored and answered and in the end the big secret is revealed… “What does it really take to get to Heaven?”

For the Christian this material is, hopefully, nothing new. It is however a new and refreshing way to view it and to relay it to others.

This is a great tool for anyone wishing to speak to others about Christ. I just learned that our church has ordered 60 copies to give to first time guests. I’ super excited to see the Kingdom impact that will have. I also can’t wait to pass my copy on to a list of people that I have been praying for, for quite some time now.

Andy Stanley serves as senior pastor of the campuses of North Point Ministries, including North Point Community Church in Alpharetta, Georgia; Buckhead Church in Atlanta, Georgia; and Browns Bridge Community Church in Cumming, Georgia. Each Sunday, more than twenty thousand attend one of these NPM campuses. Andy is the bestselling author of Visioneering, The Next Generation Leader, It Came from Within!, and How Good Is Good Enough? Andy and his wife, Sandra, have two sons and a daughter.

FTC DISCLAIMER: “I received this book for free from WaterBrook Multnomah Publishing Group for this review”.

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