The contents of this book is to assist in giving ministers who desire to do 'prison ministry' insight into the topics that matters most to inmates. It's a first-hand guide detailing various spiritual categories and subjects surrounding the needs of those who are eager for change. This guide book was compiled by one author (Raymond L. Carr, Jr.) who not only is an inmate in the Michigan Department of Corrections but is also a licensed minister (licensed while incarcerated). Over the years, he's seen hundreds of ministry organizations come into the prison system to offer 'spiritual encouragement' and noted how often times the messages were ineffective, leaving the inmates empty and still desiring 'real talk.' This Author (Raymond L. Carr, Jr.) not only sees the need for these topics from the inmate's point of view but also from a minister's perspective. This guide is excellent in having an inside tip to ensure that your intentions of having an effective prison ministry is actually effective and changing the lives of those who so desperately need it.