"I'm a fan of the Rock. through their Christ-like presence, youth with significant needs are loved with Jesus' love, and churches like ours have the opportunity to serve as Jesus calls us to serve. Thank you, Living Rock, for being God's show-and-tell for our city." Bruxy Cavey, Teaching Pastor, The Meeting House; Author, The End of Religion "God has planted an incredible vision in Al. If you want to see what God's faithfulness looks like when it escapes from the hymnal and hits the streets, take a hard look at The Living Rock." Greg Paul, Founder, Director and Pastor, Sanctuary Ministries of Toronto; Author, God in the Alley: Being and Seeing Jesus in a Broken World All profits from the sale of this book will go to support the Living Rock Ministries. About the authors Suzie Chiodo grew up in England and moved to Canada in February 2005. Her first home was very near the Living Rock, and she began volunteering at the Breakfast Program a few months after immigrating. Not long afterwards, she joined the Rock staff. As an experienced journalist who has been published in British national newspapers and writes weekly articles for the Hamilton Spectator, Suzie has also written the Rock's quarterly newsletter and, of course, this book. She has worked in the Breakfast Program and Rock Resources and continues to be involved with the Rock. She would like to thank the youth for inspiring her, making her laugh and eating her cookies. Al Craig was born in Glasgow, Scotland in 1957 and moved to Canada when he was 10. He became a Christian at the age of 21, and met his wife Karen seven years later. Together they founded the Living Rock Ministries, a non-profit, inter-denominational Christian outreach to street-involved and at-risk youth. Today, over 20 years later, Al is Director of the Living Rock. Karen, a social worker in addictions with a youth specialty, is the Rock's Program Director and Volunteer Coordinator.