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Arise, and Climb the Mountain: When God Doesn’t Move the Mountains, He Gives You Faith to Climb Them will be Free to Download Tomorrow, September 13, 2022

FAITH NEWS SERVICE – United States—Monday, September 12, 2022 – Sharon Eleanor Todd is pleased to present her debut, Arise, and Climb the Mountain: When God Doesn’t Move the Mountains, He Gives You Faith to Climb Them

Sharon wrote Arise, and Climb the Mountain to encourage and equip readers on their faith journeys with powerful biblical truths.

Arise, and Climb the Mountain is a guide to healing as Sharon takes you on her inspirational faith journey of discovering renewed hope and purpose. With the beautiful Adirondacks as a backdrop, Sharon recounts God’s love and faithfulness on her trek through emotional and spiritual healing after life betrayals. Be encouraged and equipped to conquer your own mountains with powerful biblical truths and the Holy Spirit as your guide.

Arise, and Climb the Mountain will be free and available for download on Amazon for 5 days (9/13/2022-9/17/2022). Click here to view. Arise, and Climb the Mountain is rated 5 stars by those who have purchased the book. Here’s what some of the reviewers have said:

Michael F Germano
5.0 out of 5 stars
Fantastic
Reviewed in the United States on August 31, 2022

Shifting between her love of nature and of God, Todd conveys powerful illustrations of inspiration and self-reflection through dynamic prose. Her ability to shift from the personal to the natural to the divine challenges the reader to ponder his relationship with the natural world and has convinced this reader to spend a week in the Adirondacks next summer.

Laura Gurney
5.0 out of 5 stars
Arise and be blessed!
Reviewed in the United States on August 31, 2022

This special book will truly be a blessing and ministry to those who read it. Sharon’s deep and mature faith is evident as she shares how the Lord has faithfully walked with her along her own life journey. Through the challenges of hiking her personal “mountain,” you’ll be encouraged and inspired to climb your own. This perspective-building, faith-challenging, beautiful piece of writing is a treasure you’ll want to read and re-read. I trust it will bless you and your walk with Lord too! Highly recommend!

For More Information: For more questions or to schedule an interview about this press release please contact Sharon Eleanor Todd at 518.481.0677 or Set4adk@gmail.com.

About the Author
Sharon Eleanor Todd resides in Connecticut and spends her summers in the Adirondack Mountains of New York, where she enjoys quiet early morning hours on the dock with her Bible and a cup of coffee. She is an avid hiker and an Adirondack Park enthusiast. Sharon is passionate about helping people grow in their relationship with Christ. Her ministry has taken place in hospitals, universities, urban churches, short-term missions, zoom meetings, and on hiking trails. She has been writing for over twenty years.

Suggested Interview Questions
The Adirondack Mountains are special to you. Tell me a little about how the Adirondacks became such a special place to you and what role they played in your healing.

Even though you were a Christian before you found yourself in a personal storm, your faith grew exponentially as you matured in your relationship with Christ and as He helped you overcome various trials and life transitions. Tell me a little about your faith journey through the years.

Divorce ranks as life’s second most stressful moments. What toll did your divorce take on you, and how long did it take for you to begin seeking healing?

Why did you decide to write this book, and what was the process like? Who do you hope will benefit from your book?

What was the turning point for you in your healing process, and what advice would you give others who are dealing with painful difficulties of their own?

You say that God can repurpose any pain for his Glory and redeem things for His good. Describe how you’ve seen this in your own life.

You describe the Holy Spirit as your spiritual hiking guide. Can you explain how this has been true in your life, and provide encouragement for those who may be ready to begin climbing their own personal mountains?