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Featuring "You Never Let Go" by Matt Redman, an update from Matt Potratz, and a Bonus DVD including footage of the actual avalanche, ground zero, and a special video message from Matt on adversity.

I've climbed some of the biggest mountains in the Northern Rockies behind the handlebars of a snowmobile. But the most difficult mountain I've tackled in my lifetime is the mountain of recovery.  Read the story of my fight to climb this rugged mountain behind the handlebars of faith in God.
      "Life Happened," and I learned some very real life lessons that I couldn't have learned otherwise. I'm honored to pass them on to you.  It's a gripping, emotional, and real story and you'll want to keep turning the pages.
     I've always been the type of guy that grabbed ahold of life with both hands and made the best of it. Then, an avalanche left me with a hand I can't use. But by the hand of God and the amazing people in my life, I've never been without "Two Hands."

Matt Potratz-

 

 

 

 

 

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