Mick Jagger, meet Jack Hayford. These are the worlds spanned by musician and pastor Jimi Calhoun, who uses his experiences in both arenas to help readers dissect race relations. Before becoming a pastor, Calhoun played bass for major recording acts and performed on stage with prominent artists such as Jimi Hendrix, Etta James, Hank Williams Jr., John Lennon, and Elton John. His life is a vivid illustration of how race relations can and do succeed at the individual level. As he interweaves personal stories with reflections on race, Calhoun challenges the church to be an instrument of social change, offering hope for racial harmony in the church and in the broader culture.