There’s plenty of cotton candy for the mind and
spirit. Here’s a nourishing meal.
Enduring Voices books offer time-tested insights into God,
scripture, and the Christian experience. With In His Steps,
you’ll find a classic novel that has challenged countless believers
for well over a century.
See how a self-satisfied, well-to-do church is turned upside-down
by the visit of a poor, sick unemployed man who asks what exactly
it means when Christians say they follow in the steps of Jesus.
Find how the question changes lives in the congregation:
Rev. Henry Maxwell, who urges his church to ask “What would
Jesus do?” before making any decision
Newspaper editor Edward Norman, who begins to question the
prize-fight reports that sell copies
Railroad superintendent Alexander Powers, who uncovers fraud in
his employer’s activities
Socialite Rachel Winslow, who senses God leading her to serve
In His Steps has been a compelling favorite for generations
of believers. Read on to find the substance your soul craves.
Title : In His Steps
Author: Sheldon, Charles M.
Publisher: Barbour Books
Publication Date: 2020
Charles Monroe Sheldon (February 26, 1857 in Wellsville, New York – February 24, 1946) was an American minister in the Congregational churches and leader of the Social Gospel movement. His novel, In His Steps, introduced the principle of “What Would Jesus Do?” which articulated an approach to Christian theology that became popular at the turn of the 20th Century and had a revival almost one hundred years later.