Dr. Stamm, the pastor of the First Congregational Church of Chicago, is one of the country's most popular preachers, whose influence has been greatly extended through his use of the radio. The twenty-four messages comprising this group are carefully selected from his sermons delivered from the pulpit and the broadcasting station. They are practical, dealing with the needs of men of today by one who knows them. But they are also deeply spiritual attempts to bring to the needs of men the resources of the Gospel. The general headings under which the sermons are grouped indicate the type of message: ""A Man's Struggle with Himself""; ""A Place of Quiet and Retreat""; ""Stop Worrying""; ""Respect for Human Personality""; ""A Man and His World""; ""Put Your Religion to Use""; and ""Man's Ultimate Hope"". This is good preaching.