I was a little disappointed in this second volume of Timothy Dudley Smith’s biography of John Stott. It focuses too much on his overseas traveling and reads more like an itinerary than a biography – which does become somewhat tedious. However, in saying that, this volume does show how John Stott’s ministry changed to a more wide reaching level. What does come across is the passion of Stott for the gospel, for his own discipline in his spiritual walk and his energy in preaching and teaching and writing as much as he did. John Stott is inded an inspiration to many and his writings will continue to have a far reaching legacy long after he is called home to be with his Lord.