Greater is a book about not settling for the everyday average mediocrity, but striving for something Greater.
To be honest this book didn't really hook me, the book seemed to meander around the point a bit too much for my personal taste. While this book did have a good premise, I felt that the points could have been stronger, and there were multiple times when I felt like he had it all set up, but didn't drive it home.
Mr. Furtick did a great job of illustrating his topic with stories that gently told his tale. The book had a tone to it that felt like I could hear what he was saying from the pulpit and could imagine him preaching these exact words to his congregation.
Overall, this book wasn't really a book that moved me personally, I could see his point, and thought it was great, but I think it was more of the style it was presented in that I wasn't into. There were also parts I felt needed more clarification. So in conclusion, this was a nice book about fearlessly cutting our ties to this world and picking up our crosses to follow God.
I received this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review. Thank you.