By bringing a fresh perspective to ministry to children, families, and especially orphans, Carr makes it a must for churches and Christians to be involved. The stats he shares are alarming. Human trafficking is populated with orphans and children and teens left out of orphanages. In some countries, the mobs have contracts with the orphanages for new blood to put into the market. Many orphanages are dilapidated and are falling apart. And it's not just overseas. There are half a million orphans in America.
Carr deals with the church's attitudes towards these children and others. He writes very bluntly on the inconsistencies with racism and our pro-life stances in the church. Carr challenges the reader to open his heart and mind to the possibilities of and commands of Christ to take care of the poor, minister to the children ,reach out to the broken, and show the love of Christ to others.
I'd recommend this book to anyone. Carr doesn't speak from an imaginary pulpit. He and his wife have three adopted children and walked the streets of foreign countries and visited a multitude of orphanages. It will change and challenge you at the same time.