Praise for Mark Batterson
"With Soulprint Mark Batterson has done it again! He has asked the questions that led me into a self-discovery that enlarged my vision of God's purpose in my life."
Ruth Graham, speaker and author of Fear Not Tomorrow, God is Already There
"Mark weaves us through the Great Commandment with insights that are both winsome and wise, peaking both curiosity and conviction. He calls us to a discipleship free of the trappings of shriveled self-concern, drawing us to give ourselves, with abandon, to others as we heed Jesus call to "love God" above all. This book will fuel clarity of call and persevering strength for those who will journey in obedience to the Gospel in its wholeness of justice, mercy, and faithfulness for a lifetime."
Gary Haugen, president & CEO of International Justice Mission and author of Good News About Injustice, Terrify No More, and Just Courage
"Too many of us are doing life at an unsustainable pace and losing sight of our first love. In his new book Primal, Mark Batterson invites you to rediscover the reality of Christ and His passions. This book will challenge you, push you, and stretch you. You will walk away righteously aggravated, but catapulted into action."
Craig Groeschel, Senior Pastor of LifeChurch.tv
"Mark, Im with you. Its time for the believers to be more. Lets hear the voice of God and be that Holy passionate fire that we are called to be. Its the primal way."
Shaun Alexander, 2005 NFL MVP, acclaimed speaker and author of Touchdown Alexander and The Walk
"As a leader and teacher, Mark Batterson brings imagination, energy, and insight. Marks genuine warmth and sincerity spill over into his communication, combining an intense love for his community with a passionate desire to see them living the life God dreams for them. I appreciate his willingness to take bold risks and go to extraordinary lengths to reach our culture with a message that is truly relevant."
Ed Young, senior pastor of Fellowship Church
"A thoughtful and energetic leader, Mark Batterson presses us to consider how we live out our faith in the world around us. When Mark has something to say, I am quick to listen."
Frank Wright, PhD, president and CEO of National Religious Broadcasters