Danger! Warning that a spiritual calamity is looming, Hill recalls the stunning vision of an avalanche he received from God---where the snow represents false teachings that are steadily covering the solid foundational truth of Christ. Here's his call to tear down universalism, "hyper-grace," the overemphasis of the prosperity gospel, disbelief in hell, and more. 210 pages, softcover from Charisma.
This is a wake up call and vivid warning to readers through a vision of an avalanche that God gave Steve Hill, which represents the false and heretical teachings from pastors and teachers that are spreading to Christians worldwide.
Hill shares how every aspect of his vision relates to Christians today. The snow represents the false teaching that is steadily falling on the ears of many Christ followers, covering with many layers the solid foundational truth of Christ. Heresies including universalism, the deification of man, overemphasized grace, and many more that will ultimately destroy the spiritual lives of many.
What happens when snow keeps falling, creating the dangerous threat of an avalanche? Those who heed the warnings are saved, but those who fail to listen are caught in a deadly trap.
Readers will be challenged to understand these dangers and what they can do to help tear down these false teachings in order to secure a layer of solid, biblical instruction that will establish truth
in the work of the Gospel, and help us avoid spiritual destruction.
Fueled by his own dramatic deliverance from drugs, alcohol and crime, Steve Hill has dedicated his life to spreading the Gospel of Jesus Christ around the world. His passion for lost souls has only intensified after years of missionary work, church planting and major evangelistic crusades.
Steve and his wife Jeri live in the Dallas/Ft Worth area where he serves as founder and pastor emeritus of Heartland World Ministries Church. He is the executive producer of Frontlines.tv, the author of over a dozen books, and travels extensively preaching the uncompromised Word of God. He and Jeri have three grown children.