To be supremely characterized by selfless love in thought, word and deed demands radical transformation. But radical transformation in the way we think, feel and act is impossible without radical conversion in the way we think, feel and act. We convert radically when the core of our being meets Jesus Christ, surrenders self-rule, and commits to the rule of God. And we transform radically when God, and God's word and Spirit have the last word-control-in nurturing us to maturity in the way we think, feel and act. Then we have a faith story to tell naturally, spontaneously and effectively.New Testament conversions were like that. Therefore they demonstrated that the good news of Jesus is indeed powerful. It radically converts and transforms unconverted: . false starts. conscious worshippers of God. unconscious worshippers of God. willful haters of God. victims of the occult.Transformational Conversion cites, discusses, and illustrates radical conversions in those categories. It provides principles we could adapt to sustain a vital personal relationship with God, and be winsome and effective in facilitating radical conversions and transformations anywhere similarly.