walk with me [an interview with @danohlerking]

Written by Dan King

Christ-follower. husband. father. author of the unlikely missionary: from pew-warmer to poverty-fighter. co-author of activist faith: from him and for him. director of family ministry at st. edward's episcopal church. president of fistbump media, llc.

September 2, 2011

[serialposts]Legacy. It is a game-changer.

Sometimes the biggest impact that we can have is not merely in the lives of those we help, but in the lives of those we have the greatest influence over… our kids.

When I talk with a guy like Dan Ohlerking, I see a man who’s making a huge impact on the world around him. But that didn’t start with him.

I love how Dan talks about his dad. It’s obvious how much of an impact Dave Ohlerking has had on the life of his son. The simple fact that Dan has so much passion for the organization (Children’s Cup) that his parents started speaks volumes about what a father has sown into the life of his son.

In this last part of my interview with Dan, we talk about the book of stories that his dad wrote about his missionary journeys. It’s a book called Walk With Me: Through Some Hard Places of the World, and is a compilation of experiences that Dave Ohlerking penned while traveling the world sharing the Love of Christ with those in need.

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1 Comment

  1. thomas nzau kenya

    Its true Dude,when you follow your fathers passion  you can not go wrong.My father told me once that where a young man can see(while standing on a tall tree) an old man can see the same while sitting.This underscores  the amount of wisdon God gives to the old men who endevour to invest in His kingdom as both of you are doing ,keep it up Dude.


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walk with me [an interview with @danohlerking]

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