There never has been and never will be anyone quite like you. But that isn’t a testament to you. It’s a testament to the God who created you. Unfortunately, many of us go through most or all of our lives without discovering our unique God-given identity or “soulprint.” In this book Mark takes on a journey with King David that helps us to reveal our own soulprints.
In a world where we are told what and how to be by television, magazines and movies every time we turn around, “Soulprint” encourages us to be unique, just as we were created. There’s no denying that David was a unique individual. Just as God created him He has created each and every one of us as a unique person on a life mission that is as unique as we are. To lead a life that does not pursue this mission that has been designed especially for us is to waste a life that was important enough to the Creator to be given in the first place. Our acceptance or denial of this mission not only affects our own lives but it affects the lives of those God has put around us.
A legacy has been left for you to fulfill. Discovering and using your “soulprint” will help you to better understand yourself and to be more God-honoring and obedient in all that you do. I challenge you to read this book and walk away the same.
Mark Batterson serves as lead pastor of National Community Church (www.theaterchurch.com) in Washington, D.C. NCC was recognized as one of the most innovative and influential churches in America by Outreach Magazine in 2008. One church with ten services in six locations, NCC meets in movie theaters at metro stops throughout the D.C. area. NCC also owns and operates thelargest coffeehouse on Capitol Hill, Ebenezers, which was recently recognized as the #1 coffeehouse in the metro D.C. area by AOL CityGuide. He is a daily blogger at http://www.markbatterson.com and the author of the bestselling In a Pit with a Lion on a Snowy Day, Wild Goose Chase, and Primal: A Quest for the Lost Soul of Christianity. Mark and his wife, Lora, live on Capitol Hill with their three children.
FTC DISCLAIMER: “I received this book for free from WaterBrook Multnomah Publishing Group for this review”.