The basic premise of this book is that as a young pastor, I graduated from bible college and then found myself working at a coffee shop where I had to learn how to start dealing with unchurched people. This book shares the stories of the different unchurched people I met along the way and how God taught me to share my faith using what I call in the book, "incarnational ministry." The stories alone make this book well worth reading. But added to the stories are lessons and questions that I add to each chapter to help the reader learn how to share their faith that way their self. It's very encouraging and helps you to realize that America is a large mission field and that each believer should see themselves as a missionary. I truly believe that anyone who reads this book and takes it seriously will find themselves actively looking for new ways to share their faith.