Spark by Jason Jaggard (Book Review)

Jason Jaggard’s book has become one of my favorite resources.  I was encouraged throughout this book with Jason’s humor and the substance he offers to those who want to transform their lives and the world around them.  I cannot say enough about this book but I will say a little.

Spark guides us in valuing a life that takes risk to become who you were meant to become, see the world transformed like it was meant to be transformed and to do so in the context of community   This book also provides some great examples of people who are now living a life that is much bigger then themselves because of taking small risks towards realizing big dreams.  This is a must resource for anyone who wants to live a truly meaningful life.

Jason says, “It is my belief that you were designed to be an extraordinary human being and to live your life in the context of extraordinary community.  Your destiny doesn’t necessarily involve fame or fortune.  But I promise that it does involve the greatness that comes from making beautiful choices alongside others who are striving for the same thing. This comes through risk.”

Quite simply, this book is full of practical and fun ways to transform your world one small risk at a time.  You will understand the value of living intentionally and the value of doing this with others.  Great things are on the horizon for all who take the concepts of this book and make them a daily experience.  This is one book I highly recommend all to own and it would make a great gift to give to future world changers.

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I received this book for free from WaterBrook Multnomah Publishing Group for this review as part of the Blogging for Books program.

About the Author:  JASON JAGGARD is CEO/Founder of Spark Good, a company passionate about unleashing creative potential in individuals and organizations. He is the creator of Spark Groups, an experience thousands of people worldwide have participated in at universities, corporations, faith communities, non-profits, homeless shelters, and in other settings. Before starting Spark Good, Jason worked on staff at Mosaic, a community of faith in Los Angeles. Jason teaches at Pepperdine University and speaks to a wide variety of audiences across the country.


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