The 13th Resolution

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The 13th Resolution by Charles Sheldon

“Good resolutions are like babies crying in church. They should be carried out immediately.”
—Charles Sheldon


Charles M. Sheldon, best known for his classic In His Steps, wrote the 13th Resolution in 1928. It was to spur readers on to making commitments stick, and one in particular—being involved with one’s local church. His supposition? If you are a person of faith then surely you would get fully engaged in community.

Sheldon’s classic story is now available again in this digital-first edition, retelling the story of James Blaisdell and his family, as they live out their faith and life in Kansas.

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Charles Sheldon

Charles Sheldon

Charles M. Sheldon (1857-1946) was an American social reformer who was best known for his authorship of the bestselling inspirational novel In His Steps (1897). A longtime pastor in Topeka, Kansas, he was an early advocate of civil rights and social services for African Americans and a firm believer in putting one's religion into practice in daily life.

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