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Author Mark Batterson
Narrator Mark Batterson
Runtime 6 Hrs. - Unabridged
Publisher christianaudio
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Release Date February 18, 2011
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Mark Batterson delivers a fresh and eye-opening journey of self-discovery, drawing on theology, psychology, and neurology.

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With emerging generations in his sights, Mark Batterson delivers a fresh and eye-opening journey of self-discovery, drawing on theology, psychology, and neurology.

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highly reccomended
Great book for helping a person to grow spiritually.
Review by / (Posted on 3/9/2017)
A Grand Weaving of the Life of David
A Review of Soulprint written and narrated by Mark Batterson

Soulprint is an enjoyable voyage of Biblical self-discovery. While drawing on psychological insights, this isn't your run-of-the-mill self-help book. In fact, it isn't a self-help book at all. Batterson uses the framework of the life of David and weaves it together with his own history and biographical sketches from the lives of Christians throughout history in order to explore how believers can interpret life experiences to find meaning. While Batterson breaks little new ground, his writing integrates profound spiritual and psychological truths which will result in many "Ah-hah!" moments for most listeners. The author excels at articulating truths that, once they are stated, you feel you should have known all along. While I'm not usually a fan of authors reading their own work, Mark Batterson does good job narrating the book.

A special thanks to the folks at christianaudio Reviewers Program for the advance copy for review. See
Review by / (Posted on 4/5/2011)
This is quite an interesting audio. I really liked the psychology part of it and have found it very helpful.

The author is the narrator, and whilst he is very clear and easy to understand, his delivery could be quite patronising. He sounded like he was preaching and rather than reading, which I found quite jarring. It almost felt like he was trying too hard at times.

This is definitely one of those audios that will stay with you for a long time, as there is so much to keep mulling over after listening.

One of the phrases that keeps coming back to me is ‘the events that have defined you, God can use to refine you‘.

I think this audio is for everyone and anyone, as we all have baggage that we don’t now what to do with, and I think this is a springboard for helping to deal with it in a non-threatening way.

Thanks to Reviewers Program for this copy.
Review by / (Posted on 3/22/2011)
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