This is the autobiography of Rev. William Still, who ministered at the Gilcomston South church in Aberdeen, for over fifty years. It gives us an account of a remarkable ministry. In the book, Still refers to his early upbringing in the North-East of Scotland, his call to the ministry, and his student days initally in London, and then in Aberdeen. Following studies, Still served as an assistant minister in Glasgow for a year, before beginning his ministry at Gilcomston in 1945. We can see some of the struggles he faced, as well as the influence he exerted over the years. Still was influential amongst students and was regularly invited to address Christian Union groups. He was also influential as an evangelical figure within the Church of Scotland, notably setting up 'the Crieff Brotherhood' - a fellowship of ministers which regulary met.
This autobiography was written and published in the early 1990s, a few years before his death. I found the book very heart-warming, inspiring and encouraging. If you want an account of a faithful and influential ministry during the twentieth century, then read this book.