Starting with a genealogy that traces his family origins in China, Kenneth Siu relates his life work, first as a surgeon and then as a missionary and pastor, punctuated by the hardships of war and later communist unrest, in a friendly, sometimes humorous style that will be recognizable to those who have met him. Along the way he will draw you into his life as he relates how he met his wife, Betty, and raised a family in Jefferson City, Missouri while he healed people's bodies in his surgical practice. When he retired from his practice in 1990, he wasn't finished working. God called him back to a long put-aside call to mission work, and so Kenneth went off to seminary and entered service as a missionary to Macau, China, where he then became the pastor of a Southern Baptist church. Kenneth had been transformed from a healer of the body to a healer of the soul.