Larry Yeagley lays bare the soul of a pastor as he shares the joy and pain of “the most exciting and rewarding work in the whole world.” He writes of pulpit pounders, dog funerals, fund-raising, and frigid baptisms. He tells how he graduated from black suits to shirtsleeves and explains the advantages of being mistaken for a psychiatric patient. Along the way you will meet the man with a 16-gauge shotgun who asks for a “dunkin’,” a despairing woman named Sunshine, a tatooed ex-convict who learned to care tenderly for his abusive father, and scores of other real-life people with real-life needs.
In the end you’ll understand why three of Pastor Yeagley’s children chose to follow in his footsteps. So get ready for stories that will ignite the fire for ministry in your heart.