A new edition of the moving drama of life in a rough 1880s mining town, which launched the writing career of early 20th century best-selling author Ralph Connor’s classic Black Rock edited by Michael Phillips.
Jim Craig is a frontier minister to the mining and lumber community of Black Rock—a man with a vision for seeing the Gospel change lives. But the men in town who make their living from whiskey are determined to fight Craig’s attempt at reform.
Meet Leslie Graham, Slavin, Idaho Jack, Sandy, Baptiste, and especially Mrs. Mavor, whose quiet loving influence had a greater impact on the community than many realized.
Michael Phillips is a prolific bestselling author, with sales of his fiction, nonfiction, and devotional writings exceeding seven million copies worldwide. A leading authority on the works and message of George MacDonald and their connections to C.S. Lewis, he and his wife Judy are former bookstore owners and split their time between George MacDonald’s Scotland and their home in California.
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