What’s Your Mark? is a different kind of book than I usually review. This one combines photography, design, scripture and stories in a thought-provoking little read. It shares the stories of individuals who are using their gifts in their own way to share the love of Christ. There are stories from individuals who are well known, like Mark Burnett and Dan Cathy, and some whose lives are a little quieter, but no less influential. Those featured are doing incredible things. I love the diversity of their stories. I love that each individual is such a great role model for readers. The stories are interspersed among The Gospel of (can you guess?) Mark. Each sections ends with a question to think about . . . all to help you process what you have been given that can leave a mark when given back to God. I like keeping this one in my car so I can read and ponder a little section before work each morning. The stories are told beautifully and the creativity of the layout truly makes it an enjoyable read. What else is there to say? It’s good. It would make a great graduation gift, too, for the graduate who is starting out on the journey of discovering how God will use them.
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