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Most books portray the Christian journey as a fight or a race; this is the first book to present the fresh new perspective that living for the Lord is like climbing a mountain. David introduced this idea in Psalm 24, but the passage is often overlooked in favor of the teachings of the New Testament. Here pastor Mark Atteberry provides an engaging look at this metaphor for contemporary Christians who wish to reach their full potential, overcome sin and experience God's full blessings. Pastor Mark divides the journey to higher ground into 3 phases: the preparation; the process; and the panorama. Filled with inspiring Scripture, humor and stories of others' lives, he gives readers 5 rules to prepare them for the climb; 5 strategies they need to successfully ascend the mountain; and 6 ways to be right with God once they reach the summit. Atteberry helps readers travel to a place where many people never go-where many people are afraid to go-but where priceless, eternal treasures are waiting to be discovered. From their first hesitant steps to their final push for the summit, they'll be challenged like never before and blessed like they never imagined.
If you feel empty and your faith has run dry, don't panic ... you're not alone. Some of the greatest heroes of the Bible had the same experience. They saw their faith dwindle to almost nothing. THey found themselves questionaing beliefs that once seemed unshakable. The great news is that God gives free refills. The same Jesus who spoke with the sinful woman at the well, restored by walking on the water, calmed his disciples' fears during a storm, demonstrated love by washing dirty feet, and forgave one caught in adultery is ready to meet you today. And when you bring your cup nack to him, he's more than able to tip it off.
Those who spend time with God and His Word and His Spirit, and who dwell in His presence and commune with Him and develop a personal relationship with Him, become transformed in the process and thus are better informed, equipped and empowered to attract, steward and exercise influence in the 7 Mountains of Culture (Arts & Entertainment, Business & Economy, Education, Family, Government & Law, Media, and Religion). That is the basic premise and thesis of this book. Moreover, I assert that such transformation is not only possible for disciples of Christ, but, rather, it is imperative and essential to successfully fulfill our divine assignments, callings and destinies. Several places in Scripture such as Micah 4:1 and Isaiah 2:2 mention "the mountain of the Lord" or "the mountain of the house of the Lord," that is above all the other mountains, and is the chief mountain, depending on the particular translation used. This phrase refers to the place of God's abode, or heaven, and for our purposes here, I refer to it as the 8th Mountain. Mountains in Scripture refer to kingdoms, authority, rule and dominion. The 8th Mountain is calling your name. You've read about what awaits you, and what lies ahead on this trek to the spiritual summit. You can think of this book as your mountaineering school curriculum and training manual for the 8th Mountain, to educate, train and prepare you for climbing, and reaching the summit, of the highest peak in the universe. It teaches you survival skills, how to thrive and be successful, how to work as a team, how to ascend and descend, how to avoid or minimize danger, what gear and supplies to take, how to monitor changing weather conditions, and how to save your life and protect yourself and those around you in the harsh climate, adverse conditions, and unforgiving environment of the 7 Mountains of Culture. Just as Mount Everest is the highest point on earth, the 8th Mountain - the Mountain of the Lord - is the highest point in the universe, and is heaven itself. The old saying, "It's lonely at the top" doesn't apply here. There's no reason to be lonely on the 8th Mountain, and lots of reasons to be fulfilled and satisfied - full of joy and peace and love - and there's a whole community of fellow climbers for you to meet and get to know. Some are more experienced than others, and are at different levels of skill and knowledge and physical and spiritual conditioning, but we're all still learning and growing, and are on a journey that will last for a lifetime, and an eternity. We hope that you will join us, and we invite you to do so.
Dreams, goals, and aspirations can sometimes lead to unexpected, life-defining moments. In this gripping autobiography, author Russell Fralick tells of his driving ambition for success and purpose that led to a near-death experience in a mountain-climbing adventure gone awry. Written in a literary yet down-to-earth style, Over the Top explores the effects of God’s supernatural intervention to save Fralick’s life. While presenting readers with a sense of adventure, heart-pounding excitement, and at times absolute terror, this engaging book points them toward the importance of relationship with God as the key to finding true success and meaning in life.
Few pieces of Christian literature ever address the subject of division in the body of Christ. Fewer still address the problem of how a Christian should conduct himself in such times and how to survive the aftermath. Every Christian will face division at some time in his life. Many will be caught up in the vortex of a conflagration so great that they very well may be destroyed. Few believers - if any at all - are spiritually prepared for such a devastating ordeal. Gene Edwards raises a new standard of conduct for Christians who find themselves in such a crisis, and points them to a way out . . . unscarred. If you are one of those many Christians who have been profoundly affected by the beautiful story in the widely received A Tale of Three Kings, then you will wish to explore the message found in Climb The Highest Mountain.
Jesus said in Mark 11:23, “If anyone says to this mountain, ‘Go, throw yourself into the sea,’ and does not doubt in their heart but believes that what they say will happen, it will be done for them.” My five year old grandson asked, “How does God move mountains? Aren’t they really heavy?” They sure are and He sure can! But what if your mountain will not move, or even budge? I hope for the next few chapters I can walk along side of you as you climb your mountain, by sharing with you bits and pieces of my own personal experiences, difficulties, and accomplishments. A friend of mine once said, “We tend to look at mountains as a bad thing that Jesus has to cast into the sea, but sometimes those mountains are not troubles in our lives but triumphs! Sometimes God does not move the mountain but calls us to climb it and conquer it.” So gather your supplies, and get on your hiking shoes, and let’s go mountain climbing!
The 25th Anniversary ebook, now with more than 50 images. 'Touching the Void' is the tale of two mountaineer’s harrowing ordeal in the Peruvian Andes. In the summer of 1985, two young, headstrong mountaineers set off to conquer an unclimbed route. They had triumphantly reached the summit, when a horrific accident mid-descent forced one friend to leave another for dead. Ambition, morality, fear and camaraderie are explored in this electronic edition of the mountaineering classic, with never before seen colour photographs taken during the trip itself.

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