Down the Up Staircase: The Way Up is Down
New Book by Sheila Parnell
Many people are actively clamoring to get to the top of the ladder of success. But Jesus showed a much different model. Down the Up Staircase takes the reader on a journey “lower” leaving it to Father God to do the promoting. Down the Up Staircase reveals the subtle areas in life that keep the body of Christ from making progress in their walk with God. It uncovers the plan of the enemy to derail many from their destiny as mature sons of God. This book will set people free from the works of the flesh that plague much of the body of Christ Jesus today. Sheila Parnell writes with a transparency that makes this book a genuine read. She gives solid Biblical and relatable descriptive examples. With a whole new light on scripture get ready to be launched into an arena of victory. This book will set people free to be who God created them to be. The way up is to go lower in Christ.
Sheila’s transparency makes this book a genuine read. The book flows well, and gives solid Biblical and relatable descriptive examples. Having grown up hearing the stories in the Bible I found her account of those stories refreshing and it gave me a new thought of what could have taken place – Fred
Your somewhat colorful descriptions lead me to picture the scenes in the movie screen of my mind, your naturally sequenced plot leads the reader to want more like a horse whose oats have been salted, naturally wanting more water – Bonnie
The book is an excellent writing experience with the Father as Sheila is shown by the Lord how to recreate video-like events that give the reader an experience of being pulled into a Biblical time capsule. The Holy Spirit moves your heart as the stories unfold giving you insight into the Fathers heart. You will not want to put it down as the Lord leads you into a deeper relationship with Him. You will be blessed by what you read – Kitty
In this book Sheila brings a common sense approach to a problem that faces many of us. How do we come into that high place with our Father? Not by exalting ourselves, but by allowing Him to bring us. A thoughtful book of her godly insights – Steve