Reverend John Wilkins is the son of Reverend Robert Wilkins, who recorded some classic blues tunes in Memphis between 1928 and 1935. One of Reverend Robert Wilkins' recordings, That's No Way To get Along, was covered by the Rolling Stones on the 1968 album Beggars Banquet under the title Prodigal Son. The Reverend John Wilkins has inherited his father's musical talents. As of 2014, Wilkins was the Pastor of Hunters Chapel Church, east of Como, Mississippi. The Reverend Wilkins and his congregation conducted services with interesting and thought provoking sermons accompanied by first rate Gospel music. On this CD the Reverend Wilkins performs nine tunes, ranging from Gospel numbers backed by a choir (I Want You To Help Me and On The Battlefield) to covers of his father's Prodigal Son (originally titled That's No Way To Get Along before his father re-wrote the lyric and changed the title) and Mississippi Fred McDowell's "You Got To Move" performed by Reverend Wilkins on guitar and vocal.