Guy Mitchell is a 77 year-old retiree in Leslie, just south of Lansing who lets his woodworking tell the story about Jesus. He has made more than 1,500 wooden crosses from scraps of wood and he hands them out to people he meets on errands.
Sure, the cross tells the Easter story. But, it reality it's part of the Christmas story. The son of God came to earth, died and then rose on Easter. It's connected and I'm anxious to hear more from the Lansing State Journal about how people react to this special gift.