This is not only a time of uncertainty and anxiety as a result of the pandemic, politics, and racial justice; it is one of the most tumultuous periods in the United Methodist denomination’s history. We’ve read and heard about what happened, but it’s still hard to get a grip on everything that took place. Ken Carter, president of the Council of Bishops of The United Methodist Church, was, of course, deeply involved in the special 2019 Conference and the 2020 General Conference. In God Will Make a Way, he shares reflections from his journey—giving us an inside view of the conflicts that inspired anger and national violence—as well as the high points—how people with dramatically different stances found common ground. Throughout the chapters, Carter underscores the context of the times in both the Church and the nation with news stories, agendas, photos, and more.