In the time of Jesus the question was asked, "Can anything good come out of Nazareth?" (John 1:46). Jesus dwelled in a city in Galilee that was referred to as a place of scorn and ridicule. In the same context, today I ask, "Can anything good come from the life of a worm?"Identity Crisis - A Pristine Narrative of a Blessed Worm bears testament that Jesus blessed mankind by sacrificing His life so that all humanity can live, including the lowly, meek, and despicable "worms" of society-the overlooked ones, the less fortunate ones, those who have tried and failed and maybe even given up on life. Through faith in God, one can be victorious and endure any adverse circumstance.Jesus said, "But many that are first shall be last; and the last first" (Mark 10:31). So don't worry about why you may not receive any recognition for the work you do in this lifetime. The reward is far beyond "time." It is eternal, for God has laid up a crown of righteousness for those who have kept the faith ABOUT THE AUTHORMary Ruth Turner is a native of Wichita, Kansas, and the daughter of Pastor Shadrach and First Lady Rosie L. Smith. Dr. Turner is a healthcare administrator who has previously served as a finance officer, auditor, and accountant. She holds undergraduate degrees in accounting and psychology, a master's degree in management from Pepperdine University, and a doctorate degree in sacred theology from Inter-Denominational Bible Institute.As a visionary who is devoted to helping others, Dr. Turner is dedicated to the cause of defining and improving human conditions, whether health-related (body), behavioral (soul), or spiritual (spirit). She assists individuals in their efforts to understand the past, confront important issues in the present, and shape a promising future.Dr. Turner is an ordained minister of the gospel. Preferring evangelism and outreach ministry, she is a sought after Bible teacher and motivational speaker.She currently resides in Emporia, Virginia.