With younger generations in his sights, Mark Batterson delivers a fresh and eye-opening journey of self-discovery, drawing on theology, psychology, and neurology. Most people live their entire lives as complete strangers to themselves, declares Mark Batterson. With that startling premise as his baseline, Batterson sets about to help his favorite readers - passionate, restless, connection-hungry 20-and 30-somethings - discover and cherish their unique personal identity. His first task is to help readers in this demographic (who make up the majority of his congregations at National Community Church in Washington, D.C.) to process the baggage of old mistakes, insecurities and outright lies that obscure the truth about their uniqueness. As with his bestselling debut title, "In A Pit With A Lion On A Snowy Day", Mark connects his key points to a memorable biblical retelling - in this case, of the defining moments in the life of King David. "We owe it to ourselves to be ourselves," writes Mark. "But more importantly, we owe it to our world and to God."