"This is a powerful book that focuses on social issues and how God can use us to minister to the needs in our communities. Many people tend to feel as if their actions alone will not change the problems they see around them; the author effectively demonstrates that nothing is impossible with God... Jesus could be described as a social worker, yet we rarely read books that discuss professional community outreach alongside God's will for and actions in our lives... The author makes very insightful and enlightening points that readers are not likely to have heard previously or elsewhere.... The readers are challenged to think about life from a new perspective they have not yet considered." -Vannessa Correa- Xulon Press "What a wonderful book you've put together I really like the overall concept... I especially appreciate the amount of research you've done with biblical texts and your knowledge of Christianity in general - and how you have taken aspects from the bible and the Christian religion, and applied them to your experiences, to everyday things that people might be dealing with..." --- Cris Wanzer --- Editor, Manuscript To Go Ebelechukwu Elochukwu is a bible teacher, social worker, an entrepreneur, and currently owns multiple community agencies in the United States, both for profit and nonprofit 501 (3) (c)]; and privately held corporations. He has a combined 30 years of management, leadership, executive experience, and business ownership (he was a supervisor at age seven and started his first import business at 15). He owned and operated small community support businesses in Liberia during the war, and published two human rights newspapers in Liberia. He also served as a feature writer for four Liberian National Newspapers before immigrating to the United States. He has reviewed more than 30,000 clinical procedures, including his own.