Arguably the most prominent and certainly the most controversial Christian minister in recent New Zealand history, Tamaki's autobiography comprises 65 chapters and 127 full-colour illustrations that chronologically detail significant events from his birth in Te Awamutu to the present day. This autobiography is sure to capture the attention and imagination of many New Zealanders and will be a "must have" for history and current affairs enthusiasts. Being of Maori (Tainui) and European descent and with a prominent public profile, Tamaki appeals to a broad section of society, touching on issues political, social, religious, media and Maori. He gives revealing insight into significant national events such as his public opposition to the recent Civil Union Bill, his 'Enough is Enough' march on parliament grounds in 2004, the formation of Destiny New Zealand political party, his relationship with the Maori Queen, the rise of his church and being ordained as New Zealand's first Pentecostal Bishop.
In addition, he talks openly and often humorously about his childhood, marriage, his time in secular employment, and his views on money, sexuality, female leadership, morality and current affairs.