Having read previous books that John has contributed to—Bo's Café and The Cure—I was anticipating reading his story.And it did not disappoint.John's life of conversion, transformation and pastoral impact is filled with great stories and a great God.The story involving Ernest Borgnine is worth the price of the book.If you want to read what life can be like when someone lives in the room of grace rather than the room of good intentions, this book will make it clear.The only irritation is the typesetting that is often misaligned with sentences being broken up inappropriately.But it is a small obstacle to overcome.I'm sure the publisher has been offered grace.