What does a woman with five ex-husbands and a live-in boyfriend have in common with a greedy tax collector? They were both black sheep from the Bible who were sought out by the Good Shepherd. Throughout the gospels, Jesus seemed drawn to people on the fringes of society, and went to great lengths to find them. There are members in the body of Christ who still suffer from the "black sheep" complex. The single mother who has experienced more than one failed marriage, the recovering alcoholic who still struggles with his addiction, and the heartbroken spouse of a cocaine addict will know exactly what the "black sheep" complex is. Often these people suffer in silence, unable to discuss these real life issues with other Christians. That person may be sitting in the pew next to you. That person may even be you. In this book, the 23rd Psalm serves as an outline as we take a closer look at the heart of the Good Shepherd from the unique perspective of the black sheep. Join these misfits from the gospels and their contemporary counterparts as they finally discover their place in living day to day beneath the Shepherd's grace. Within His grace is a place of joyous belonging and perfect peace for anyone who has ever believed they never really "fit in" anywhere.