In the Shadow of Grace: The Life and Meditations of G. Campbell Morgan is a quick read at only 121 pages. The eight chapters cover different periods of time in the life of G. Campbell Morgan. Each chapter brings together the difficulties and challenges he was facing correlated to the sermons and writings he delivered during that time. Although this isn’t a traditional biography, it presents a unique look into the mind and spiritual life of a man who was greatly used by God is his generation. It is exciting to see such a work compiled and edited by three of Morgan’s own grandsons. I strongly encourage pastors and seminarians to read and savor this short, but impactful work. This book is available from Amazon and many other retailers.
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