The modern Christian rightfully covets the intimacy and gifts that overflow from the often powerful interactions with the living God that occur atop mountains; but the tops of mountains are not where we are called to remain and this is because God’s work is done amongst His people on the ground. Recently I hiked a section of the Appalachian Trail that encompassed 4 peaks totaling 3,000 feet in elevation changes over the course of 20 miles. Each time I would slowly trudge up an incline…Continue Reading “Invited Up and Called Back Down”