Hiking Through Paperback
One Man's Journey to Peace and Freedom on the Appalachian Trail
by Paul V. Stutzman;
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Walk with Paul on this journey as he recounts the challenges of trying to find peace and purpose after a bereavement. He allows the reader to meet those he encountered along the way and to experience the twists and turns of his epic journey.
This amazing man's search for peace, healing and freedom has inspired thousands. His new passion and mission has become sharing what he learnt on that remarkable journey.
Finding peace in God's love and grace, you too will be touched by his emotional pilgrimage.
Paul Stutzman left his career in restaurant management after the death of his wife. Paul spent his childhood growing up in the Mennonite church. When Paul is not hiking you can find him on a cross-country bike ride somewhere in his new home: Berlin, Ohio.
Hiking Through by Paul V. Stutzman was published by Baker in May 2012 and is our 35290th best seller. The ISBN for Hiking Through is 9780800720537.
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Hiking ThroughMary Bartholomew, via The Good Book Stall
I offered this title to several reviewers but they chose other titles. I am so glad!
The title intrigued me though I knew nothing about the Appalachian Trail. I know a lot more now, and if you put ‘Appalachian Trail’ into a search engine you will find a wealth of information including pictures from a variety of websites. What Paul found though, was that however much information you gather before you start a thru-hike it does not tell the full story.
Paul lost his wife to cancer after a traumatic illness that left him bereft. He left his job and his comfortable life style to hike the 2,176 miles from Georgia to Maine; fulfilling a dream and seeking the peace and freedom referred to in the sub-title. His chosen ‘trail name’ was Apostle Paul . One particular paragraph on page 35, summed up the journey for me.
‘Had I known....all the details of the next months, all that waited for me on the trail, I probably would have rapidly backed away from a path so difficult. But I would also have missed the most incredible journey of my life. It was not only an incredible journey on my own two feet wandering through spectacular creation, but also a journey of discovery through the landscape of my mind and heart.’
What could have been just a tedious record of the journey is actually a book with much to ponder upon, many amusing anecdotes along the way, of discovering a relationship with and trust in God, of finding that peace and freedom that he sought.
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Details for Hiking Through
|Author / Artist||Paul V. Stutzman|
|Publisher||Baker (May 2012)|
|Number of Pages||336|
|Page last updated||7th November 2017|