I requested this book originally because I was intrigued by a book that had a forward by Kyle Idleman, but I have been pleasantly surprised by what else I found once I began reading. Learning Calebâ€™s story was interesting to say the least, but to see how God has used his experiences to mold him into the person he is now was fascinating. I, for one, have been captivated over the past few years by the idea that as Christians we must be willing to be involved in messy conversations in order to reach people with the gospel. I think that Caleb does an incredible job of reinforcing this idea in my mind. While I do not completely agree with everything that he says in the book, I do completely appreciate his work to stay as true to Scripture as possible. This is a great book for church leaders to read in order to begin to understand how to start conversations with members of their communities who struggle with same-sex attraction. This is a great book for church members to read for the exact same reason. We must get past the paralyzing fear of awkwardness and begin to engage those around us with the gospel.