What if the things people do to try to increase their happiness are actually making them feel worse? What if neither happiness nor heaven can be reached by climbing? What if people really do have to "lose" themselves to "find" themselves, and guilt is really a gift? In his latest work, bestselling author James L. Ferrell (The Peacegiver, The Hidden Christ, etc.) explains that there is a paradox at the core of the gospel, and understanding that paradox dispels typical or worldly myths of how to truly be happy. In Falling to Heaven, Ferrell says that "the path [to happiness] is always right before us, but it begins in the one place our burdened or complacent hearts are keeping us from looking."