This is the story of Lillian Dickson and her Taiwan Mission. Among the aboriginese of that mountain island, where her husband was founder of Taiwan Theological College, she built hospitals, schools, orphanages, a leprosarium, churches, and clinics, all on a boundless faith that God was able to meet all the needs she could bring to Him. The account is given in colloquial narrative style, with much anecdotal detail and reported conversation. The author lived and travelled with the Dicksons for long periods and came to know Mrs. Dickson and her work at first hand. Interesting reading of a type of mission not likely to be seen again in the future.