The Messenger (A Journey Into Hope) - Paperback

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The Messenger (A Journey Into Hope) - Paperback

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Thomas, a blacksmith in the Norwegian mountain village of Bergland, has grown tired of simply going through the motions of day-to-day life. He can't shake the intrigue he feels about the picturesque mountain that stands at the edge of the village--normally considered a gigantic monument to the dangers and risks that lay outside what is known.

Now Thomas is facing the biggest challenge of his life--confronted with the task of sacrificing everything he holds dear to try and save what he loves most.

Courageously turning away from the fears that keep other villagers trapped in their routine, Thomas breaks tradition to discover what truths the mountain may hold for him. What he finds will cause him to question everything he has believed, and lead him to life-changing decisions that will affect every aspect of his life.

The Messenger is an engaging allegory about awakening to hope and discovering a life full of glorious significance.

Take the journey up the mountain and see what it holds for you. 

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Mark and Cecil are fresh voices who provide life answers that stand the test of time.  Dave Ramsey

The Messenger offered a journey into my own heart, triggering reflection on all areas of my life.  Smeby and Kemp tell this story in a simple but yet boldly direct way that caused me to stop and think on almost every page.  Matthew Clark

This world is starved for hope and The Messenger is dripping with it, giving us a story we can all step into and find our place.  There is a positive energy coursing through this writing, and in a time when beauty and goodness seem difficult to find, this book helps us have eyes to see it.  John Pavlovitz

This book has a message for us: Your dreams matter and you are not alone!  It's a beautiful reminder that, while it takes courage, the story in our hearts can and must be pursued.  Doug Pagitt

In a world too often self-centered and short sighted, this book tells a story that we all can learn and grow from.  Thomas McKenzie