Corazon Puro is a memoir of a lifetime in ministry in the Christian faith. Currie Burris reviews his life experience from his initial profession of faith as a seven-year-old Baptist in a revival service, through his education in the academic study of religion, seminary studies in systematic theology, ordination to a ministry of peace and justice activism, to thirty years of pastoral ministry in the Presbyterian Church. Throughout this faith journey, the author struggles with the character, identity, and purpose of God in the light of pervasive human experience of pain, suffering, and death. Where is a loving God in the face of devastating suffering and horror universally lived by every human being? What is the role of a pastor in the midst of suffering and loss?