Book Review: Soulprint

I was given a free copy of “SoulPrint” by Mark Batterson for review by WaterBrook Multnomah Publishing Group.  Here is that review:

In a world full of books about how to have a better, more fulfilling life, Soulprint is finally a bit different.  Mark Batterson lays out how to have a better life, but does so by using Scripture and calling us to live the life God has for us to find true fulfillment.  There is more here than reminding us that God, “knows the plans He has for you,” but he takes the life of David to show how even when we stumble, God still has a “best” for us.

Though initially I was not excited about another “christian self-help” book SoulPrint was not just another book.  I was challenged throughout the book, to not just accept things but to view life through a biblical lens and find how God was crafting me for His glory and purpose.  I definitely recommend this book to anyone who is not quite perfect yet.  It will not simply make you happy or feel better about yourself, but will help you evaluate your life through a new set of glasses.

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