A study of Dwight Moody, the man, the father, the husband, the neighbor, the idealist, the educator. Not a biography. That he leaves for others to do. For himself, he chooses a leisurely, anecdotal method, presenting his father as he remembers him, at home, on trips, in relation to himself and to other people. A warm and human picture, with no attempt at weighing his place in the scheme of things, except as a loyal and devoted son would see him.