This book is a treasure of thoroughly researched pieces of denominational history from around the country. The stories that are preserved here for future generations provide important understanding of Free Will Baptist origins and identity. Dr. Picirilli shares stories of people, state works, and institutions that contributed to the growth and organization of the denomination. The author presents historical facts while maintaining interesting details that keep the reader engaged. Topics in the work include: the Free Will Baptist Covenant, the founding of the Free Will Baptist work in Texas, Free Will Baptist participation in the Unity Movements, the Free Will Baptist school in Unicoi, the early history of the Christian Workers Institutes, along with sever other glimpses into Free Will Baptists. Key people discussed in this work include A.M. Stewart, D. J. Apperson, Redding Moore, J. W. Lucas, and others. Readers will be reminded how God uses ordinary people to build His kingdom.