This book is a candid look into the thoughts of a small town Anglican Mission Priest concerning the Church, the society in which he lives as an American and a Kansan, his sense of justice, and what he considers the corruption of the Anglican Church in America and the American justice system. He is disarmingly candid and disregards political correctness. The essays cover several years of thoughts on current events and on-going areas of conflict. If he is angry, he is also forgiving and deeply committed to he Christian faith, explaining why he is so committed and encourages the readers to pursue a faith commitment. This is a book that can be picked up and read in short spurts when on the run or seriously studied. It is written in a conversational style as though he and the reader were in his study before a warm cozy fire.