In Response

by James D. Witmer

Behold the Lamb of God


Trickle-down imagination, SD Smith calls it:

“We want to share [things] that will inspire, encourage, and foster holy imagination in you. Children become engaged when we are engaged.” (Why Story Warren)

That’s what Russ Ramsey’s Behold the Lamb of God has done for my family this year.

An advent narrative with twenty-five readings, Ramsey’s book has helped me to engage Scripture with an informed imagination. This means he’s taught me facts surrounding the people and places of Jesus’ birth, but not facts only – Ramsey’s writing has helped me to better experience the world Jesus lived in.

Read the rest at the Story Warren:


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