One church says "No" to a scary person. Another church says "Yes" and the astonishing results demonstrate why Scripture says of faith, hope and love that "the greatest of these is love." This inspiring true story will encourage and equip you and your church with ways to show God's love to a scary person. We in the church need to understand and apply this powerful story and what it teaches about the radical nature of love in action. -Catherine Martin, founder, Quiet Time Ministries I believe the Spirit was inviting us into a new level of obedience and trust. I had some sense that how we dealt with Laura would determine the type of leaders and the type of church we would be. -Pastor Jeff Farrar Walt Heyer is currently serving in a large Southern California church as the Director of Care Ministries. Walt is affectionately referred to as the "church doctor" and oversees benevolence, recovery groups, and counseling ministries. Walt started serving in ministry nearly 2 decades ago, when his first challenge was helping prison parolees start over after serving years in prison.