Read the rest of the story of David Wilkerson, as told by his son Gary. David Wilkerson, a skinny preacher from rural Pennsylvania, took on the New York City slum world in the 1950s and '60s, winning many from the depths of addiction to the heights of salvation. Wilkerson had a radical perspective, believing God could - and would - do great things in the rejected and lost. He had a counter-cultural persistence, refusing to give up on the people of the streets even when they had given up on themselves. And he had a supernatural perception, looking into the eyes of drug addicts and gang members and seeing Christ. This gripping tale full of heartache, hope, and passion will challenge you to take seriously God's call to love the least of these.