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“You have a call, Elder Wilder."

When missionary Micah Wilder set his sights on bringing a Baptist congregation into the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, he had no idea that he was the one about to be changed. Yet when he finally came to know the God of the Bible, Micah had no choice but to surrender himself - no matter the consequences.

For a passionate young Mormon who had grown up in the Church, finding authentic faith meant giving up all he knew: his community, his ambitions, and his place in the world. Yet as Micah struggled to reconcile the teachings of his Church with the truths revealed in the Bible, he awakened to his need for God’s grace. This led him to be summoned to the door of the mission president, terrified but confident in the testimony he knew could cost him everything.

Passport to Heaven is a gripping account of Micah’s surprising 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.

©2021 Micah Wilder (P)2021 Harvest House Publishers

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The gospel was presented in a beautiful manner.

This is a beautiful testimony of God’s grace and mercy in the life of a zealous LDS missionary.
God is glorified. Jesus is enough.

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Have Compassion, Show Love

This book is excellent! I heard Micah’s testimony a few years ago and it was great hearing the whole story or as Paul Harvey would say, “the rest of the story”. And it is an inspiring story! It compels me to love my fellow man even more.
All Christians should read this book, as it is a reminder of how we should treat our fellow man. It was heartbreaking to hear how he was treated by many who call themselves Christian. Never pass up an opportunity to share the gospel of the Bible. You might be their only chance to hear the truth. And be prepared to give an answer for what you believe, and be equipped with God’s word to backup your beliefs.
Now, I’m going to read, “Unveiling Grace”, his mom’s book, who has an equally wonderful testimony!🤗🥰

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Truly humbling

As an ex-Mormon hearing his detailed testimony to the true love and power of our savior was compelling. I laughed and cried throughout.
What a wonderful book! I could listen to it all over again. And again.

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Incredible story of passion, love & grace

Micah’s story of finding the God of the Bible through reading The New Testament like a child, has encouraged my faith. As a Christian for over 2 decades, I found his journey to faith so moving & inspiring. Praise God for Pastor Shaw & Pastor Benson for sharing truth, with love & grace.

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NOT THE LEAST OF THESE

As I started this book, I expected to get details to a story I already knew the ending to.  Imagine my surprise to find it was much more than that!
It has the elements of all the great books; mystery, humor, suspense, action, wonder and surprise with the added bonus of faith thrown in.  A story that tells us all giving up the things of this world may cause us some discomfort nonetheless, with it comes a freedom filled with joy, peace, and companionship.
As the author reads the listener is carried away into this young man’s life where you find yourself laughing, crying, and feeling the transformation from this world to the world of Christ.  Into the knowledge of Him and the reality that God has a plan for all our lives and if we accept that plan, we can live amazing lives.
God blessed Micah with many gifts, and it appears that story telling is NOT THE LEAST OF THESE!  I pray his story will bring others to Christ.

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Encouraged, convicted and humbled

After previously reading “Unveiling Grace” by Lynn Wilder, I was very excited to purchase this one as well. I was greatly encouraged by Micah’s story and hopeful for my family members who are still in bondage to their beliefs in the LDS religion. I was also convicted; realizing my lack of love, compassion and concern for their spiritual being. In the past, I have been very critical, judgmental & self righteous towards them. I was very humbled by my lack of compassion- It’s all about love!
I highly recommend this book to all. I hope to one day share this book with, not only my LDS family, but to all as The Spirit leads!

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Masterpiece

Micah has articulated the Biblical gospel with a clarity one seldom hears today. The cause is the introduction of Biblical truth into a life trapped in a performance-based religious system. The way Micah has to work through the mire of self-accomplished salvation to faith in the cross of Christ alone will be helpful to anyone caught in a similar mindset, regardless of one's background.
It is not a book that confronts the specific issues of high-demand groups or Mormon doctrine or history directly. Micah's story--and the persecution he undergoes while coming to faith in Christ alone-- inherently delineates the difference between Biblical faith in Jesus versus the demands on followers within Mormonism.
Above all, Micah's conversion story is one of Jesus alone being exalted rather than great men and great deeds. It is a story about what happens to a Mormon missionary as He brings glory to the Biblical Jesus alone as Savior.

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Amazing book

Very empowering story. Very well written and narrated perfectly. I strongly suggest listening to this book. Amazing

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Captivating and inspiring.

The story line arch is unique and thrilling as you follow the author in the final moments of an intense interview which challenges his faith. He uses the premise of this main story to flashback as he recounts the unique events which lead him to finding the truth of Christ. This true story will offer insight into a Mormon culture mindset while inspiring and intriguing any reader to see the true saving faith that comes only from knowing the sufficiency of Jesus Christ alone. I love this book and story.

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just a beautiful story

it was a great story , I'm a Christian that now sees our mormon brothers and sisters with love.I learned a lot of Mormonism.

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  • patisha
  • 06-24-21

Respectfully written

I recommend it to Mormons and Jehovah's Witnesses, as in some ways they are similar. It is respectfully written and does not contain much of criticism, rather reasoning for Micah's own beliefs grounded purely in the Bible. I wish more people could just read the Bible objectively without the lense of their chosen denomination.

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  • James Orr
  • 06-03-21

Passport to Heaven

I loved this audio book, I received it on the day of publication. I finished listening to the book in less than two days!
It is the true story of Micah Wilder (also read by him), raised as a Mormon, while on Missionary serving for the Church he was challenged by a Baptist Preacher to read the New Testament, which if I remember correctly he did over 12 times!
His story is full of humour, I really recommend this book whether you want want to listen or read the book it is worth every penny.

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  • 02-15-22

Honest and faithful.

What a wonderful testimony to the power of the Gospel. This book will leave you in awe of God's work in and through His children. Micah reads with a heartfelt and earnest voice; he is an exquisite story-teller. I laughed, cried and cheered!