Take a man who grew up in the New York City metropolitan area, whose family has been totally immersed in the life and passion of The Salvation Army for generations, put him with a young lady from a small town in the Deep South who has no idea what a Salvationist is, and what do you get? In the case of Paul and Kay Rader you get one of the most incredible powerhouses of energy, innovation, and enthusiam in Salvation Army history. Author Carroll Ferguson Hunt tells the fascinating story of how God brought these two dedicated servants together at Asbury College and melded them into a compelling team who served in the Army for over 35 years. From 1994-1999, General Paul A. Rader and Commissioner Kay Rader led The Salvation Army to new heights of vision, ministry, and growth. See how God leads a surrendered believer to accomplish great things for Him. Follow along on the journey from General Rader’s earliest memories of his parents’ innovative ministry in Times Square, New York to his eventual election to the highest office in The Salvation Army and then as president of his alma mater, Asbury College. Combined with his wife Kay’s vision for greater ministry of women in The Salvation Army, one can easily see the power and far-reaching influence possible in a couple serving together as one in the name of Christ.