God’s heavenly army lands in a farmer’s field and establishes an angelic garrison. A heavenly vision is given of a Scottish forefather of faith on shores of Iona Island. Disaster and destruction on the Pacific Coast that turns into a spiritual wave that rolls over the Canadian West and beyond. A blinding blizzard of snow brings an entire Alberta region to a grinding halt for a week. Reconciliation and healing on such a scale that everyone who comes near is healed. Is this a foreshadowing of the future? What is God up to and how does this tie in with the ancient idolatry rooted down and at work around us? More Trouble With Idols continues where The Trouble With Idols left off. It probes the dark depths of the hidden, yet powerful forces of ancient idolatry in our modern towns and cities. Focussing on the Canadian West, the book takes the reader on a journey through many ‘seasons’ of our brief, yet colourful history. Hi-lighting key aspects of our historical past as only the Holy Spirit could, More Trouble accurately identifies specific facets of our past. If dealt with in true repentance and forgiveness, this knowledge could carry us from religious boredom and bondage, to revival and renewal, not just for the Canadian Church, but our communities and cities as well.