I recently read the book, In His Steps, by Charles Sheldon and it has challenged me greatly. I have had this book on my shelf for years without reading it. It is a novel about a minister in an affluent church that challenges his congregation to commit to doing what Jesus would do in every aspect of their lives. I know that question, "What Would Jesus Do?" has been trivialize and overused in recent years - but have you ever approached life asking it? In the story several people take the challenge and the book follows each of their lives and how they are affected by choosing to do what they think Jesus would do in their work places and personal lives. The ultimate benefit for each was that they grew stronger in their faith. There are also many negative consequences, broken relationships, lost jobs, businesses ruined. This book, although a novel, has caused me to reexamine my life - do I make decisions that honor and lift the Lord. Do I really consider what he would do? What does this mean for me? I highly recommend this book! If you have already read it, you might want to reread it to get a fresh perspective.