King David wrote "Even though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no evil." The concept or principle of valley and mountain-top experiences in the life journey of a believer is one that often generates theological and doctrinal debate within the body of Christ.In this book Femi examines the lives of four bible individuals (King David and Prime Minister Joseph of Egypt, versus King Saul and King Solomon); two with known valley experiences before they got to their purpose and two without recorded valley experiences before they got to their purpose on earth, the conclusion and how valley experiences (or lack of) affected each person's assignment is very revealing.This book carefully mixed the author's (and others) personal experiences along with biblical examples to highlight "valley and mountain-top" principle. The book answers the following questions as well, what a valley is, why valleys are necessary in the life of a believer, the plan of the enemy for a Christian in the valley and what Christians are supposed to do in their valley?William Femi Awodele is the executive director of Christian Couples Fellowship International, Inc. He is the author of seven other books (most on relationship), including two novels, "Agapao" and "Power of Forgiveness." Femi is married to his Olatokunbo Abike (a family physician), and they are blessed with three children, Ibukunoluwa, Fiyinfoluwa and Ebunoluwa.