He was going to a communist meeting; instead, the title of Jones’ talk intrigued him.
It was no coincidence that this book survived a new marriage, three moves, and years on the back of the commode.
Quiet words change lives . . .
Are you ready to turn life over to me or do you want to hang on to it and ruin it?
It is always so amazing to read what was written in the 1940s and still what we need to hear today.
[BILLY GRAHAM] ‘In old age… blossom at the end like a night-blooming cereus.
Within the past year, my best friend, Daniel, and I have truly discovered the writings of your father and it has changed our lives.
“Unchanging Person” transformed. . .
A personal partnership . . .
E. Stanley Jones’ words have made a huge impact on my witness to my Hindu family and friends.
Encouragement for myself and others.
A Timeless Voice
Victory Through Surrender is fresh and compelling as ever.
Becoming “friends” of Brother Stanley.
A hero lives on.
That gets to me.
I would like to go out with a resounding YES on my lips.
If my Grandfather, E. Stanley Jones, were here . . .
If you Christians would live like Jesus . . .
Life is an open vessel . . .
The three fingers were a dead giveaway.
I was profoundly struck by the brilliance of that idea.
A paradigm shift in Christian mission in India. . .
A child’s response . . .
Get out of it if you can.
We all serve ONE who cannot ever be capture by words . . .
Speak the language of the people. . .
“I met E. Stanley Jones at a Santa Claus IN Ashram the same week I met Jesus, August 1966. Ravi Zacharias reminded me of E. Stanley Jones in many ways, especially the way they both could share Jesus and answer the most difficult questions without causing offense, even when members of the audience were intentionally antagonistic, a rare gift.” – Lore M.