Caleb is asking questions about his Christian faith, and it's making a lot of people nervous - his friends, his pastor, even himself. Unsure of how a Christian faith can be dynamic in a damaged world, he seeks a better way of dealing with its seeming inconsistencies. What he finds is a faith that can be summed up with stick figures on a napkin. In plain, modern, and sometimes earthy language, James Choung relates a story that many Christians find themselves in and offers a visual model of the Gospel that is easily learned and reproduced. While the story and model are tailored to a social gospel approach, Choung also allows for other interpretations and applications of the model.