Book Recommendation: Canoeing the Mountains
posted on February 06
As part of the LACE program, in the months where there is no LACE Saturday, various members of the LACE Committee will be offering up book recommendations to lay servants or anyone who wants to continue their discipleship through personal study.
Canoeing the Mountains by Tod BolsingerRecommended by: Rev. Paul Fryman (District Superintendent)
Imagine the year is 1804 and you are Lewis and Clark. You are on an expedition to reach the Pacific Ocean. No one has done it before. You don't have a GPS. You make your map as you go. Imagine reaching the Rocky Mountains and all along you brought a canoe thinking you would find a waterway to the Pacific Ocean. How do you canoe mountains?
Find out in Tod Bolsinger's book Canoeing the Mountains. Read this book to find out ways to lead in a world that is quickly changing. As it states on the book, reading this book will help you if "you need to leave behind canoes and find new navigational tools. Reading this book will set you on the right course to lead with confidence and courage."