This book helps us know how to really help people in other countries or different circumstances without causing long-term damage. We would like to go and quickly “fix” the problems we perceive. But it is important to understand the local culture. We should take note of what people already have, and make use of that to help them. Build relationships and see the importance of who someone is rather than what they have. Those planning to help in disaster relief and home country or foreign missions should read this book. 122 pages; paperback; TGS International.