The newest book on John G. Lake features material not seen in nearly 100 years. New articles and insights into the life of a man of faith were compiled and edited by Brett Wyatt, who spent hundreds of hours personally researching Lake in archives, under old buildings and in the living rooms of people who actually knew him. This expanded and revised version of Wyatt's previous book on Lake, includes both the positive and the negative, so that the reader can make an informed decision about the man and his ministry. Lake's work was covered extensively in the newspapers of his time and he was aggressive with his own public relations machine. Both are sourced in this book and its companion book to provide what is the most honest, unbiased picture of Lake ever presented in book form.