Mark Batterson's books seem to get shorter with each publication. That doesn't make them have less of an impact though.
Soul Print is Batterson's self-help book but this isn't like every other self-help trash. Batterson wants to help you understand who you are by revealing who God is.
By looking at the life of David, Batterson reveals how our memories and life situations are put in place so that God can shape us to who he wants us to know.
Containing 5 "scenes": Holy Confidence, Lifesymbols, The crags of the wild goats, Alter Ego, The Devil's Workshop and The White stone; you will be ushered into remembering your past as well as learning some funny anecdotes from the author.
Batterson touches on walking through confusing times when God seems to leave us alone as well as the times when we think we're doing what God is calling us to do.
This would make a great small group resource as there are great discussion questions at the end.
I don't think you can go wrong with a Mark Batterson book.
This book was provided for review, at no cost, by WaterBrook Multnomah Publishing