In His Steps, Reading #13

Chap. 5 con’t, by Charles Sheldon   Rachel Winslow and Virginia Page went out together. Edward Norman and Milton Wright became so interested in their mutual conference that they walked on past Norman’s house and came back together. Jasper Chase and the president of the Endeavor Society stood talking earnestly in one corner of theContinue reading “In His Steps, Reading #13”

In His Steps, Reading #12

In His Steps Chapter 5   Sunday morning dawned again on Raymond, and Henry Maxwell’s church was again crowded. Before the service began Edward Norman attracted great attention. He sat quietly in his usual place about three seats from the pulpit. The Sunday morning issue of the NEWS containing the statement of its discontinuance hadContinue reading “In His Steps, Reading #12”

The Story Behind the Story, of “In His Steps”

by Chuck Neighbors A book that may have changed more lives than any other outside of the Bible has a fascinating history. In His Steps is a novel written by Charles M. Sheldon in 1896. As it celebrates the one hundredth anniversary of its publication, experts have ranked it as the tenth-most-read book in theContinue reading “The Story Behind the Story, of “In His Steps””

Short Timers

“Lord, remind me how brief my time on earth will be. Remind me that my days are numbered— how fleeting my life is.” Ps 39:4, NLT Typically, we avoid this level of scrutiny.  Life is best enjoyed in a relative ignorance, and we certainly do not welcome the knowledge that life is limited.  We areContinue reading “Short Timers”