The author of this spiritual biography possesses an unusual combination of gifts. He is a top-notch administrator and a gifted writer. Occupying with competence and dis the post of Secretary of the International Missionary Council and being one of the leading figures in the movement, he has found time not only to edit The International Review of Missions but to write several books that have found a vide reading public. The present volume is his answer to the question ""How can a man keep his faith in times like these?"" His testimony is based upon reminiscences of his own spiritual development but with reflections upon the meaning of history, the significance of the church, the nature of a Christian vocation and on the way to deal with disappointment and sorrow. It is a readable book, suitable for any Protestant who is groping for a vital faith.