The book is divided into seven sections: Hope, Hurt, Help, Him/Her, Home, Haves/Have-Nots, and Hereafter. It also includes an inspirational message for aspiring writers that tells a little about how Lucado started writing and what should motivate us. (I loved his insights about Bible writers.) Finally, in case you choose to use the book as a reference as needed, there are topical and Scripture indexes in the back to help with this.
Lucado’s answers, as regular readers would expect, are well-thought out and clearly presented. Most include his familiar anecdotes and plays on words that entertain while helping readers understand. Though surprised by the book’s format, I wasn’t disappointed. I recommend this book and thank Thomas Nelson Publishers for sending it to me.
Note to grammarians: In case you were wondering, I looked it up—either indices or indexes is correct. Though indices is traditional, indexes comes first in my dictionary and makes the most sense to me.