Dwight L. Moody was a key evangelist of the 19th century. In 1873, he sailed to the British Isles for a two-year tour, which made him a national figure. A four-month stay in London saw attendance at his meetings reaching more that 2.5 million. Moody preached to many millions in his lifetime. But he was not merely a preacher, he was a doer who always had a deep interest and loving concern in bringing the message of the gospel to children. He started in his ministry in Chicago by being put in charge of the Sunday School. Within weeks he had hundreds attending--within months there were thousands. D.L. Moody's children's talks, is an excellent collection of stories by this great evangelist. A wide variety of topics are covered, each with a strong Christian message. An ideal tool for families, Sunday School teachers and church leaders to use as part of their syllabus.