This is a very useful book by a Korean – American pastor giving an account enriched by his own personal experience of the cultural and social change and enrichment that has been brought to the church thanks to globalization and migration. It is rightly highly critical of the western and white cultural captivity of the North American (indeed western or Global north as a whole) that is grounded in systemic racism. He writes powerfully of how much church growth thinking has led to a consumer religion. Even the emerging church movement, which tends to pat itself on the back for its commitment to an inclusive gospel remains captive to western white culture. It is a book rich in hope that God is mightily at work in most of the nations of the world and their diaspora communities. Sadly, almost 10 years on since it was written the signs in the USA at least are of a reverse as large sections of the evangelical church seem to have been taken into political captivity of the nativists who wish to make America white / great again. It could serve as a warning to white Christians in the UK that God is only going to answer prayers for our nation if we are able to embrace all the nations of His world with thanksgiving and hospitality.