Pastor Blackstone is once again on a spiritual journey to the subcontinent of India. His primary purpose for going is a three-week teaching ministry at Kerala Baptist Bible College, but his real reason for going is a secret missionary trip into northern India. As with his other books about India, experience the insight and inspiration Pastor Blackstone gets from a monsoon storm, a bed and breakfast in a cardamom forest, a woman beggar, a little girl named Nana, a prophet's chamber, a hike up Kerala's highest mountain, a chance to pick a pineapple, a lady riding a scooter sideways, a mountain goat, a flower that only blooms once every fourteen years, several elephant sightings, a new house church, an opportunity to teach five young students a Gospel song, American meals in India, a book about Israel bought from an Indian traveling bookseller, and a train ride into a remote mountain region filled with hidden dangers. Travel once again with Pastor Blackstone through the congested highways, smelly railways, narrow byways, and rural roadways of India to a far off and distant place the Bible calls ""the uttermost part of the world."" Barry Blackstone is the pastor of the Emmanuel Baptist Church of Ellsworth, Maine, a pastorate in which he has served for twenty-five years. Over forty-five years in the ministry, Pastor Blackstone has now taken thirty short-term missions' trips into the uttermost parts of the world. The husband of Coleen, the father of Scott and Marnie, and the grandfather of Judah, Mr. Blackstone continues to dream of another trip to an uttermost place.
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