"This book is a biographical memoir of my father-in-law Archbishop Howard H. Clark. It has been written from the perspective of a layman and does not pretend to address or render judgement on theological matters. With that in mid, the book has neither footnotes or endnotes". -- A Note to the Reader, p. v.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents divided into five main sections: Part One: The Early Years -- Part Two: A Diocesan Bishop -- Part Three: My Father's Business -- Part Four: A Broader Vision -- Appendices.
Contents: A Note to the Reader -- Foreword / Edward W. Scott, 10th Primate, The Anglican Church of Canada -- Introduction dated All Saints' Day [1 November] 1993 / William A. Harshaw -- Growing Up Poor -- Getting Ready -- A Parish Priest -- A Good Shepherd -- The Man Who Wore Red Shoes -- Rupert's Land -- The New Curriculum -- Clark's Mature Faith -- Governing the Church -- Mission to the North -- Church Union -- A Broader Vision -- Howard Clark's Legacy -- Sources and References -- Annotated Interview List -- Relevant Interviews -- The "Faith" Sermon -- The "Challenging" Sermon.