Delight in Disorder: Ministry, Madness, Mission is the story of one pastor's battle with bipolar disorder. This spiritual memoir is a house of meditations where faith and mental illness co-exist, at times fueling each other to dangerous distortion, at times feeding each other to fruitful gain. Tony Roberts' narrative offers readers firm hope and clear assurance. It reveals divine delight found in emotional chaos, yet deals honestly with subjects such as parental neglect, psychotic breakdowns, a suicide attempt, and marital separation. The confessional approach speaks to people of faith as well as agnostics, even atheists who wrestle with mental illness in light of faith or in a spiritual vacuum. Roberts' spiritual analysis of delight in disorder is like the Apostle Paul on lithium. Or Sigmund Freud after finding Jesus.