The Mob and the Flock - Memories of a Twentieth Century Shepherd, is the autobiography of a gifted United Methodist minister and his experiences spanning the 20th Century. The theme of the book is personified by his encounters with a powerful gambling syndicate, a major oil company, and diverse factions in churches and Church politics. Colorful are his vignettes of professors, colleagues, and parishioners. The Reverend Paul N. Jewett was revered by his flocks for his positive faith, his human empathy, his spontaneous wit, and his devotion to his calling. This story of his creative ministry can be a guide to young pastors and an inspiration to congregations. "Paul Jewett was a remarkable minister which was reflected in his unique ability to create growth oriented change in both the church and community as well as in individuals that he encountered in his daily expression of the Gospel. The Mob and the Flock details his commitment to not only the effective communication of the Good News but also in his never ending life of service. This book will challenge all who claim to be Christian Disciples to new depth and understanding of that calling." -Dr. Robert R. Fannin, Bishop United Methodist Church PAUL NATHAN JEWETT (1915-2003) received his BA from the University of Florida, his BD in Pastoral Ministry from Yale Divinity School, his STM in Homiletics from Union Theological Seminary, New York, and completed residence studies toward a PhD in Religious Education and Communications at NYU. He was a United Methodist minister who throughout the turbulent 20th Century kept diaries and journals of his life. In his retirement years, he wove these experiences into this book of fascinating, informative, and inspirational stories. Following his death, his beloved wife, Betty, embarked on the sacred task of preparing it for publication.