A Higher Calling
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“Laugh with us, cry with us and grow with us as we face Everest in our first year of marriage.”
Rachel & Harold
Katherine Ilona Photography
About the Book
The husband and wife behind the popular Earls Family Vlogs share their inspiring love story for the first time, revealing how conflicting dreams--his to climb Mount Everest, and hers to start a family--deepened their faith and commitment to each other.
As a senior at West Point, Harold Earls began to dream of summiting Mount Everest. Many wondered: Why would this novice mountain climber choose to leave his new wife on the other side of the world in pursuit of such a life-threatening quest? Simultaneously, Rachel Earls was finally entering the season of life she had dreamed of for many years: starting a family of her own. How would she handle her new husband chasing a goal that could leave her widowed, childless, and flooded with heartache? Did he expect her to make such a sacrifice so he could pursue this audacious goal?
Harold and Rachel had to reconcile their dreams with the reality of their love, faith, future family, and the mountain standing between them. Could they support one another's dreams without forfeiting their own deepest desires? Would their love survive the unexpected challenges they would face? Or would this harrowing journey actually forge a stronger love and unshakeable bond between them?
Captain Harold Earls IV: is an active duty Army officer who most recently served as the Commander of the Guard at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. Harold is a graduate of West Point and is US
Army Airborne Ranger qualified.
Rachel Earls: is a beloved vlogger, business owner, founder of
Earls Family Foundation, Army wife, and mother. Rachel also hosts the Earls Family Vlogs, which has millions of views on YouTube and nearly half a million subscribers, who tune in
regularly for Rachel and Harold’s discussions on faith, family life, and love.