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The Study Guide
Carson Kistner

Finally, after 135 years of live-changing power, the book "Stepping Heavenward" has a Study Guide that is worthy of its contents.

Carson Kistner, co-director of Women's Ministries at Rainbow Forest Baptist Church in Troutville, VA has laborered to help women gain the most possible benefit from their journey through "Stepping Heavenward" by Elizabeth Payson Prentiss.

Mrs. Prentiss loved the Sacred Scriptures and enjoyed nothing more than the Bible Study classes that she led for women. This workbook will serve as the perfect companion for the book is a favorite with such modern Christian women as Elisabeth Elliot, Kay Arthur, Joni Eareckson Tada, Martha Peace, Susan Hunt, Sharon James and many, many others.

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"This book will serve as a guide for the Christian woman who desires to leave behind the dull, dry indifference of spiritual mediocrity to discover the rich, deep joy of knowing Jesus more fully."
--Joni Eareckson Tada

"I highly recommend it!"
--Kay Arthur

"This book is an incredible journal of a woman from age sixteen until death. She candidly discusses her weaknesses and struggles. Continually I said to myself, 'She's just like me!' She gives amazing insight into how God uses the everyday difficulties to expose our pride and selfishness. I was encouraged and inspired. I could read it again immediately. I wanted to underline half the book."
--Young Lady from Germany

"This book is a treasure of both godly and womanly wisdom told with disarming candor and humility, yet revealing a deep heart's desire to know God. We desperately need such intimate accounts when the word commitment is so little understood and so seldom practiced. I recommend it to any woman who wants to walk with God, and to men also, who need to better understand the wives they live with."
--Elisabeth Elliot