two decades, the top rung on the sign in front of the Center (top of
page right photo) read 'What would Jesus do?' That is because of the
great influence the In His steps book had on william's domestic
missionary activities, and the development of the Teaching & Sharing
Center of Grand Ledge. After the removal of the shrubs when Bridge
Street got new sewers, that sign came down in 2020 because the wood
posts had decayed at the ground level. Symbolic? For what would Jesus
do is not the real question. The real question is, as a professed
follower of Jesus, what does He expect me (you) to do? Contrary
to popular opinion, Jesus is not an absentee landlord. He is a living
Lord, ever present in the midst of our lives, waiting for each of us
to directly involve Him in our daily living.
end, william's works developed a four tier In His Steps
program in 2020, which asks at its core "what would Jesus have me do?"
When we get beyond Covid-19, it will most likely be administered
the christian life programs branch of the Teaching &
Sharing Centers if there are adequate volunteers in that branch to do
so. However, the program was developed to serve all. It is not
copyrighted. No royalties, or fees are involved. Churches,
organizations, or even just groups of followers, are free to use the
program on their own. For information on the development of the
here to be taken to the wsharing site. More information
can be found on this website by clicking below.