Foxfire 9 - Two Men of God Summary & Analysis

Eliot Wigginton
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Two Men of God Summary and Analysis

The first story in this section discusses Charles Phillips, the grandfather of Foxfire student Curtis Weaver. Curtis' mother, Catherine, explains that Charles was a Missionary Baptist preacher. He was called by God to serve in August of 1956, learned to read, and preached until he was ordained in 1957, after which he was allowed to pastor. One day, he felt compelled to go outside his home to pray at a specific rock, which he did from that day forward. If he couldn't sleep, he would read his Bible and pray, believing that someone needed his prayers at that moment. He used stones to indicate souls he had prayed for that were saved, and souls he had prayed for that were not saved. Many would come to pray with him at the praying rock, including both other preachers...

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