This is a 1993 interview with Rev. Ray Schulenburg. Rev. Schulenburg was one of the founders of Youth for Christ. In the interview Rev. Schulenburg shares stories from the early days of Youth for Christ, what it was like to be a pastor during the Great Depression and World War II and gives his insight into the modern church. The interview is full of stories about the likes of Billy Graham, Torrey Johnson, Clarence Darrow, and George Beverly Shea. Towards the end of the interview Schulenburg shares wisdom for the next generation of church leaders. Throughout the interview you hear Schulenburg's passion for evangelism come through with story after story of sharing his faith in Jesus Christ. This interview took place shortly after Ray's beloved wife, Evelyn passed away. Rev. Schulenburg was 84 years old at the time of the interview. He passed away at age 93, on February 8, 2003.