"A captivating and compelling page-turner . . . . I have no doubt these stories will bless you. So leap in and get blessed."
ERIC METAXAS, New York Times bestselling author and host of the nationally syndicated radio program the Eric Metaxas Show
"I hope you’ll consider sharing a copy of Chosen for Greatness with a family member or friend who might be considering God’s call to adopt."
JIM DALY, president, Focus on the Family
"With both surgical precision and a tender heart, Paul Batura has achieved something compelling, captivating, and even engrossing with his marvelous book on adoption. He shows that strong and vital families, marriages, and committed parents exponentially create better lives for children who deserve and need all three. His lyrical narrative illustrates that the virtues of adoption are not incidental to great lives, but rather central and foundational. One of my own best friends, my dad, was adopted, and this book helped me better understand the triumphs and the challenges that come with the kind of sacrificial love that is achieved in adoption in its finest moments."
TIM GOEGLEIN, vice president of external relations, Focus on the Family, and former special assistant to President George W. Bush
"This one book has it all, celebrating and putting the human condition on full display with both warmth and intrigue. Whether you want action, adventure, mystery, comedy, romance, or drama, open this book and read about the people you only thought you knew. This affectionate and heartfelt work about God’s precious gift of adoption is a triumph that will leave you encouraged and inspired."
MIKE HUCKABEE, former governor of Arkansas
"I'm eager to introduce you to the stories in Chosen for Greatness: How Adoption Changes the World . . . . Every child deserves someone to love and cherish themand every child in this book succeeded because someone chose to invest in them through adoption and foster care. I've made a career asking questions, so let me close by posing one to you: If there’s a child out there looking for a parentcould that someone be you?”
LARRY KING, radio and television host