Part two of this book on Lake includes more interview coverage from those who knew him as well as additional historical coverage of the man and his ministry, found in no other books. Interviews, articles, sermons and more bring John G. Lake's story to life. Brett Wyatt spent hundreds of hours actually speaking with friends, family and parishioners of Lake. When large ministries try to publish and profit using assembly line tactics and by using the work of others, Brett Wyatt actually spent the time in the archives, under houses, on the road and even watching the Super Bowl with Lake's son as he worked to find out about who Lake was. Your support by buying this book is greatly appreciated and it is the author's hope that you find yourself blessed and encouraged by the story of this man. Both the supporters and detractors of Lake have their voice heard in this book which strives to bring a balanced look at the life and ministry of John G. Lake. This book isn't a sugar coated treatment of ,a minister but asks the tough questions and when available uses Lake's own words to respond. This expanded and revised version of Wyatt's earlier Fire of God book will answer many questions about the life and ministry of John G. Lake.