"If you're open to God's call, and He leads you into missions, you couldn't be in a better place!" The Saga of a Bent Nail Retired missionary, Bob Leland, recounts adventures from his more than thirty years in the mission field in Indonesia (1971-2002). Both he and his wife answered God's call to missions when they were just children (6 and 8 years old). Their first posting was to Senggo (church-planting) followed by several changes of duties including house parenting, field administration, Bible College teaching, training missionary appointees, and translating the Greek Lexicon from English into Indonesian. Bob's book opens with a moment of deep crisis in the early days of the Senggo mission, is enhanced with Bible verses, black-and-white photos, frank admissions of shortcomings, and a lively sense of humor. The intriguing narrative shows how the couple survived sickness, accidents and unexpected challenges in their ministry. In spite of language and cultural differences, they were encouraged with how the Citak people and their students responded to the Word of God. Bob and Amber remain active in church work in the U.S. and helpfully offers this memoir as guidance for all Christians, but especially for those contemplating the mission path.