This book explores God through the eyes of a skateboarder, using stories from the world of skateboarding to explain who God is and what God's like.
When a skater first learns to street skate, pop an ollie, or ride a ramp; there is a buzz of excitement! It's the thrill of riding a skateboard joined with the fun of learning a new trick. There's a similar thrill when someone begins a relationship with God. Each step into faith can brings fun and joy, like learning a new trick.
Life's journey is a bit like skating through a town. There may be high ledges and the ideal double-set but is there a purpose for it all? Is there a God who created us? What happens at the end of our lives? By exploring core issue (a skater's identity, when a skate park feels so good it's almost like heaven, the near miraculous nature of some skate tricks, the dark 'slide' of life, and whether we worship) this book aims to helps skaters and non-skaters alike take a fresh look at the God who is totally for all people, who calls us to come just as we are.