Is it possible to climb our way to heaven? Genesis 11 recounts the story of builders in Babel who attempted to build a city and a tower with steps that would reach to heaven. In contrast, Abraham and Sarah sought a city with foundations that did not rest on earthly soil but came from above--whose builder and maker is God Heb. 11:10. And Jacob dreamed of a ladder sent from God, reaching down to earth with rungs that ascended back to heaven. In this insightful look at a journey with eternal implications, popular author S. Michael Wilcox helps us discern the stairs of man from the stairs of God. Using metaphor of a beautiful crystal stairway--perhaps similar to the sea of glass like unto crystal Rev. 4:6 that the apostle John saw lying before the throne of the Father--the author discusses some of the unexpected, yet essential, stairs each of us will encounter on our journey back to heaven.