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Charles M. Sheldon

a.k.a. Charles Monroe Sheldon

Author Code: ACSH

Born: Feb. 26, 1857 - Wellsville, New York, USA

Died: Feb. 24, 1946 - Topeka, Kansas, USA

Educated at Phillips Academy, Sheldon graduated in 1879 and then studied at Brown University and the Andover Theological Seminary where he received his theological degree in 1886. For the following two years he was the pastor of the Congregational Church in Wartebury, Vermont. In 1889, he was appointed pastor of the newly established Central Congregational Church in Topeka, Kansas. He helped to set up the Village Improvement Society and to improve race relations in the area. A natural speaker, he evolved his sermons around the central theme of 'In His Steps', in which protagonists would ask the question, "What Would Jesus Do?". He pioneered the 'serial' sermon in which the story continued from week to week and drew larger and larger crowds to his services. His stories were collected in book form and In His Steps was published in 1897. A staunch reformer, Sheldon worked for such causes as prohibition and world peace. He was also a gifted writer and his works were very popular and widely read during his life. His masterpiece, In His Steps, still sells thousands of copies a year and ranks as one of the best-selling books of all-time. His other works include Robert Hardy's Seven Days (1893), His Brother's Keeper (1896), The Crucifixion of Philip Strong (1898), The Reformer (1901), Of One Blood (1916), All the World (1919), His Life Story (1925), Thirteenth Resolution (1928) and He Is Here (1931).

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