"Every city or house divided against itself shall not stand." Jesus Christ issued this warning, and yet relational discord and disagreements among believers have plagued the Christian community and led to much emotional hurt and pain. In Together in Christ, author Jack Martin confronts the volatile issue of conflict within the community of Christ, and he offers the undeniable argument that the path to strength, peace, and love lies in unity as shown in the Bible. Together in Christ begins by exploring the nature of the division and of unity. Martin applies a system of thirteen links in the chain of unity to present the ways it can be achieved. These links are all found in the letters of the Apostle Paul, in the New Testament, and offer Biblical proof of the message that loving one another is clearly linked to loving God and to the keeping of His commandments. Divisive issues among Christians need to be resolved in order to bring believers together in Christ, as was Jesus' prayer. Martin recounts an almost impossible and dangerous setting where God's unity of peace and love was demonstrated; his description shows how simple acts of service, ministry, and outreach to the local community and beyond can foster an environment of partnership, fellowship, and common purpose, ultimately leading to Christ-centered unity within a body of believers. Christ-like unity is absolutely achievable, and our troubled world desperately needs God's people to set the example.