Glenn Clark was an unknown teacher of literature in a small Midwestern when the publication in The Atlantic Monthly in 1924...

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A MAN'S REACH: An Autobiography

Glenn Clark was an unknown teacher of literature in a small Midwestern when the publication in The Atlantic Monthly in 1924 of an article entitled The Sincere Desire suddenly made him a nationally known figure in the field of prayer. books, pamphlets and magazine articles, through his leadership in conferences through his Camps Farthest Out, Glenn Clark is known and revered by a great seeking souls as an experimenter in and an interpreter of the art of prayer. This life story and in it he traces his own spiritual development through boyhood and maturity and from a run-of-the-mill teacher to an expert in the art of prayer. writes well and there is nothing dull about this book. Since he is scarcely one his light under a bushel, this story of his life will mean much to the many for cast light upon the path of life. This should be classified with books on , for Protestants.

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: June 15, 1949