What’s Your M A R K ?

New Book from Award-Winning Photographer Jeremy Cowart

Who was Jesus? What was his story? What mark did he leave?

What’s your story? What will be your mark?

hipsta_cowartJoin celebrity photographer and social artist Jeremy Cowart as he presents 16 compelling stories of people who are making their mark today in What’s Your Mark? Every Moment Counts (Zondervan, March 2013). Their stories are just a sampling of the stories that all followers of Jesus can tell—stories from those in all walks of life whose inspiration is rooted in the truths found in the Gospel of Mark.

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And you’ll be inspired to make your mark—whether through your occupation, your talents or your selfless love and giving to others. Your mark may be teaching children at a school or at home, helping the homeless or providing food to the hungry. Your mark might be an accidental mark, a reluctant mark or an intentional mark. Whatever your mark, you’ll be inspired by the stories inside this new book, What’s Your Mark?

Become a mark-maker today and make every moment of your life count. This book includes: 112 full-color pages of Scripture, stories and photography by renowned photographer Jeremy Cowart; 16 photos and stories of people—some names you’ll recognize, others not so well known—making their mark; and Scripture text of the Gospel of Mark from the best-selling New International Version (NIV) Bible.

Enjoy a glance at Jeremy’s previous projects!

What’s Your Mark? Every Moment Counts

www.jeremycowart.com

Releases March 2013

Jeremy Cowart

Zondervan

 

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