We probably all heard, by this time, of the “Galilean Children’s Home” in the “hills of Kentucky”, for it was widely advertised. This book relates the history of its beginnings and growth in a very interesting story form.
According to “Preacher Vogel” the “Home” is a pure venture of faith, and an illustration of the fact that God hears and answers prayer. Often the churches offered him help, but always he refused. However, although he did not want his institution to be supervised by the church, he received help, financial and otherwise, from private sources.
Those who are interested to learn more about this remarkable Home ought to read this story of the author’s life and adventures in “the hills of Kentucky.”