This book of essays honors the remarkable career of Larry D. Smith. Known best in wider Wesleyan circles for his remarkable twenty-year career as editor of “God’s Revivalist,” Dr. Smith has always been first and foremost an educator. Beginning as a high school English and drama teacher with a freshly minted college degree from Kearney State Teachers College in Nebraska (B.A., 1963; M.A., 1965), at the age of 27, Larry became a cofounder of Fletcher Bible College, of which he was later president. After the College closed in 1979, he continued as headmaster of Fletcher Christian Academy until 1994. Dr. Smith’s classroom teaching career continued at God’s Bible School and College where in addition to editing the “Revivalist” he taught courses in the history of Christianity and Methodism from 1995 to 2015. In the classroom Dr. Smith was noted for a passion for excellence, love of his students, and deep reverence for the pioneering spirit of the saints of church history, for Methodism, and for his own roots in the Free Methodist Church on the Nebraska prairie. These essays focus primarily on the Radical Holiness Movement of which “God’s Revivalist” and God’s Bible School have been a key center for almost 125 years, and its impact on World Christianity is inestimable.