Adventures in Christianity: The Trip

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Xulon Press, May 1, 2007 - Fiction - 308 pages
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At what point do you decide to live a Christian life? Is it through a life-changing experience or is it gradual? Join this group of young Christians as they're accompanied by their pastor and a well-liked elder on a backpacking trip into Yosemite is filled with adventures; a glacier hike, swimming in the wild, and views of some of the most beautiful scenery imaginable. Everything a back-packing trip should be - with some surprises. The elder's past is revealed and his connection with one of the boys. The boys find out who they are and what they're made of. The characters are approachable and the story is not preachy or patronizing, so the reader can easily share it with friends outside the church. It provides an easy opening for conversations about God, prayer and faith without being condescending. A Christian-based partnership between Geoff Fredericks and Kathleen Martens have led this creative writing team in the first of many Christian adventures. It blessed us so much that after we finished this book, we wrote four more. We will keep writing as long as the Holy Spirit blesses our efforts. Our goal is to touch your soul so that you may get to know God better and receive the Grace He offers. Geoff and Kathleen work together during the day in a small consulting firm in Costa Mesa, California. Geoff is a construction consultant and Kathleen is the litigation/case coordinator.
 

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