Passport to Heaven—Micah Wilder
How a Modern-Day Saul of Tarsus Encountered the Life-Changing Love of God
When Mormon missionary Micah Wilder set his sights on bringing a Baptist pastor and his congregation into the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, he couldn’t have imagined that the entire trajectory of his life was about to be changed—forever.
Micah’s passionate effort to convert these Christians was met by a surprising challenge: to read the Bible through the eyes of a child, letting the Word speak for itself. He learned of a God whose love didn’t have to be earned, and he wrestled with the radical idea of God’s mercy for the remaining 18 months of his mission. As he struggled to reconcile the teachings of his Church with the truths revealed in the Bible, he encountered the true character of Jesus for the first time—and awakened to his need for His grace.
Passport to Heaven is a gripping account of Micah’s journey from living as a devoted member of a religion based on human works to embracing the divine mercy and freedom that can only be found in Jesus Christ.
In Passport to Heaven, Micah shares his gripping journey from living as a devoted member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints to embracing the mercy and freedom that can only be found in Jesus Christ.
Micah Wilder is a cofounder of the Adam’s Road Ministry, a music ministry that has performed at over 1,000 churches across North America. Micah was raised a faithful Latter-day Saint, briefly attended Brigham Young University, and at the age of 19, began a two-year mission in Florida for the Mormon Church. Incredibly, Micah became born again while still serving his mission. Micah currently lives in Winter Garden, Florida, with his wife Alicia and their three sons. www.adamsroadministry.com
Title: Passport to Heaven
Subtitle: The True Story of a Zealous Mormon Missionary Who Discovers the Jesus He Never Knew
Author: Micah Wilder
Release Date: June 2021
Category: RELIGION / Christian Life
Retail Price: $17.99
Number of Pages: 336
Back Cover Category: Comparative Religions, Evangelism
Key Words: From Mormonism to Christianity, Autobiography, Introduction to Christianity, Apologetics, Evangelism