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The Abominable Summit: Mt. Everest is a Nazi's Dream

I can’t talk about Summit by Harry Farthing without talking about The Abominable by Dan Simmons. Both involve such striking parallels that one necessarily invokes the other. 444 more words

Diving Deeper into God’s Word

Put on your wet suit and dive into the Book of Books. The only way to become like Jesus, the model for our lives, is to learn about him. 535 more words

Christian Living

My Bucket List

Hello! Today I’ll be listing 10 things from my bucket list. Comment down below some of your must-do-once-before-I-die things/activities or if any of mine match yours! 266 more words

What Goes up Must Come Down

My descent from Base Camp wasn’t as exciting as my ascent. On one hand, I was still high from the achievement but on the other, the cold, illness and tiredness was certainly starting to take its toll. 831 more words

The Mountain of the Lord


It shall come to pass in the latter days
that the mountain of the house of the Lord
shall be established as the highest of the mountains, 614 more words

Peak by Roland Smith Review

Hello! I hope everyone is having a nice holiday season! I’ve been spending my time off reading (very slowly). I managed to find a book several weeks back that was buried behind a stack of books in the Young Adult Fiction aisle at Barnes & Noble, Roland Smith’s  1,775 more words

All About Climbing Mt. Everest

Who Guides on Everest?

Anyone can call themselves a guide in Nepal, however there are three options for supported climbs: Sherpa supported, Sherpa guided and a western (foreign) guided commercial expedition. 2,801 more words