Earl Wilson shares, from his own experience, along with his wife and two couples from the restoration team, the value they found in a caring team of Christians supporting Earl and his family. There is emphasis on the fallen, on not just being forgiven, but being wholly honest to himself and others, and then taking the time to be fully restored, and not just reinstated. It urges confronting, in love, to be sure the person will know that they will be held accountable, and to help them to stay on track. Although this book deals with sexual sinning, the principles are applicable to other sinful behavior as well. The last paragraph was disappointing, and seemed, in some ways, to contradict the theme of total honesty precluding full restoration, but overall I liked the book a lot.