We live in a restless world that often seems complicated or difficult to navigate with any sense of real satisfaction or peace. A myriad of influences, distractions, temptations, and responsibilities fill our lives and pull us in many directions. While most of us certainly enjoy good times, even those are measured because the foundation of stability and peace that we all crave is elusive. That missing piece of security in our own lives compromises our ability to experience a consistent joy and peace that can positively affect our entire mental outlook as well as our relationships with family and all others in our lives. This book discusses taking the greatest leap of your life to find a consistent and very real peace and joy in your life. It is a book about God's love for us as expressed through the life of Christ. It is written by a layman who wishes to convey simply and understandably the basic components of the Christian faith and the immense grace and love God has for His children. The study of theology by its very nature is complex and certainly very important. Yet it can in its depth tend to lose its focus on why Jesus Christ came to earth, thus unintentionally confusing or derailing some of us from grasping what's truly important. The author, using a number of experiences from his own life, attempts to simplify the true essence of Christianity and how it can have a powerful impact on you - once you have taken the greatest leap of your life Richard Pugh, a native of upstate New York, worked more than 40 years in the health care field serving the last 30 years as a hospital CEO. He graduated from Ithaca College and received his MBA at the George Washington University. Mr. Pugh is married and the father of three grown children, and he is active at his local church in Woodbury, Connecticut.