Altitude by Michael Simone
Your Next Move Changes Everything

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Who’s flying your plane? Do you know who you are and where you’re going? Everyone needs courage and hope. Everyone experiences wobbly moments of faith. Everyone needs to make the next move that changes everything—that changes the future. Altitude will fly you over eight moves that will change the trajectory of your life. Altitude’s theme is Your Next Move Changes Everything. The chapters reflect what every person struggles with: how to craft a life of meaning and purpose. Altitude is written by teaching pastor Michael Simone, using successful sermons and teachings. Combined with his poignant letters God and the study guide, Altitude will apply transformational moves to help individuals and church groups.

About Michael Simone

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Michael Simone is the founding and Senior Pastor of Spring Branch Community Church in Virginia Beach, VA. His first ministry assignment, in 1972, was working with street kids in East Harlem, NY. He teaches Religious Studies at Saint Leo University, South Hampton Roads Center. Michael is also Chaplain at the Virginia Beach Psychiatric Center. His doctoral work is in Marriage and Family. He wrote the study guide for Couples Who Pray and is a speaker for Marriage, Single Adult and Men's conferences. His passion is bringing faith and life together through speaking and writing. Spring Branch, a member of the Willow Creek Association, is a premier host site for the Global Leadership Summit. Michael loves baseball and played on the Field of Dreams movie site in Dyersville, Iowa. The author lives and works with his wife, Gail, in Virginia Beach, Virginia. He walks Bodie and Wilson three times a day.
Published April 1, 2013 by Koehler Books. 204 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Parenting & Relationships. Non-fiction

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