Blog Tour: Primal by Mark Batterson

Posted 16 December, 2009 by Molly(Cover To Cover Cafe) in Book Reviews / 0 Comments

                                              About the Book:

Our generation needs a reformation.

But a single person won’t lead it.
A single event won’t define it.
Our reformation will be a movement of reformers living creatively, compassionately, courageously for the cause of Christ.
This reformation will not be born of a new discovery. It will be the rediscovery of something old, something ancient.
Something primal.
—Mark Batterson, Primal
What would your Christianity look like if it was stripped down to the simplest, rawest, purest faith possible? You would have more, not less. You would have the beginning of a new reformation—in your generation, your church, your own soul. You would have primal Christianity.
This book is an invitation to become part of a reformation movement. It is an invitation to rediscover the compassion, wonder, curiosity, and energy that turned the world upside down two thousand years ago. It is an invitation to be astonished again.
About the Author:
The author of Wild Goose Chase and In a Pit with a Lion on a Snowy Day, Mark Batterson serves as lead pastor of National Community Church in Washington, D.C. One church with nine services in five locations, NCC is focused on reaching emerging generations and meets in movie theaters at metro stops throughout the D.C. area. Mark has two Masters degrees from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School in Chicago. He and his wife, Lora, live on Capitol Hill with their three children.
My Review:
How can I put into words what I feel about this book? For starters, it’s a 5 star book, with wonderful and powerful messages that will, I’m sure, move you. Batterson really knows how to strip your mind down and get you thinking. He uses actual verses from the Bible as examples and then fully explains them, showing the most primal Christianity, showing us the most absolute need to reform. I highly suggest you get your own copy of this transforming book. Well done, Batterson!
To find out more about Primal and purchasing information, visit WaterBrook Multnomah here.
*This was book was provided for review by WaterBrook Multnomah*



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