John Bunyan, author of The Pilgrim's Progress, was a great man of faith. However, his conversion and Christian walk weren't easy, and he spent twelve years in jail for preaching the gospel. With power and inspiration, Bunyan tells the story of how he changed from the most notorious rebel in his village to a compelling witness for Christ. Although Bunyan lived in the 1600s, he experienced the same kinds of trials and temptations that we do today. His personal struggle to gain acceptance into the kingdom of God will give you courage and power for your own spiritual journey, for the grace he found is available to everyone—even to the chief of sinners.