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Rev. Steve Witmer

News Bureau Director

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

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University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Background Information

Employment History


American Family Insurance Group


Board Member
Regent Christian Academy



Master's Degree


Web References (191 Total References)

Kenya | Regent Christian Academy [cached]

During a visit to Kijabe in 2006, our very own pastors ALEX PALMER and STEVE WITMER, had the opportunity to

A Message from the School Board Chair | Regent Christian Academy [cached]

Rev. Steve Witmer

RCA Board Chair
Rev. Steve Witmer (chair)

Lower Quotes on Auto Insurance for Wisconsin Drivers [cached]

Steve Witmer, an insurance company spokesman, expressed enthusiasm about the new legislation, and was quoted as saying "This allows consumers to consider their own needs and make those choices accordingly.

Keeping an Eye on Your Teenage Driver [cached]

According to Steve Witmer, a spokesman for American Family Insurance, the DriveCam is proving to be very effective for young driver car insurance.

Book Reviews | Mandy Baker Johnson [cached]

I thoroughly enjoyed reading Stephen Witmer's book Eternity Changes Everything. He has a pleasant, chatty, easy-to-read writing style and his passion for his subject shines through on every page. For me, it ranks right up there as one of the best Christian books I have read on eternity in terms of getting me excited about where I am headed and how that changes life now.

A theme that links together the later chapters is that of a tightrope walker: 'The central point of this book is that Christians are meant to live, and can live, in a healthy, exhilarating, joyful, productive, frustrating, painful, challenging tension between restlessness and patience.' The author uses a graphic of a tightrope walker balancing between 'contentment' (because of where we are headed) and 'dissatisfaction' (because we're not there yet) and in each future chapter, he adds to this picture.
Pastor Stephen does not take for granted that all of his readers will be believers, and he creates opportunity for his readers who don't know Jesus to put their faith in Him. For believers, he encourages us that because we are citizens of heaven and our identity is in Christ, our lives are changed and we experience 'restlessness with patience' as we anticipate our future.

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