There is a children's board game where the hapless player who lands on the wrong square finds himself sliding backward to the place he was several moves before. He feels that much of his effort and good play has been for naught as he must now reclaim squares he had already traversed. That's hard. On the other hand, he is learning lessons about life, because such a game can be an accurate metaphor for life, can't it? If this child's story is also your life story, then there is good news. The book you hold can help you to truly win in the game of life. In To Soar to New Heights, author Stephen Kellison presents seven steps, based in the rest of God found in the 23rd Psalm, which take the Christian from lying down in Christ, to soaring to heights beyond mere human capability. But to achieve the goal of God's rest despite the "detours" the game of life may bring requires more than church attendance and reading your Bible, although these are essential. No, what is additionally needed is a total yielding of our lives to the Holy Spirit's leading, the product of which will be the rest God has promised.