Responsible Church Leaders in Africa: Sampling Z K Matthews, David Gitari, Jesse Mugambi, Josiah Kibira and Mercy Oduyoye, captures the crucial theme of responsibility in the political and ecclesiastical ladders. The main objective of the book is to demonstrate that Africa too has responsible leaders worth being envied. Their roles are inspirational; their early lives were problematic but by God''s grace & coupled by their hard work, masses of people can find inspiration and go beyond them in their respective professional fields. Certainly, the book is relevant to everyone who may want to study more about responsible African church leadership; African studies in general, colonial injustices, neo-colonialism in Africa, post colonial Africa and post colonial reconstruction of Africa. Stories contained in this book are paradoxically sad and inspirational. It helps us to have a better understanding of Africa through sampling profiles of leading church leaders and some reputable scholars. It will be useful to students of African church history and African women''s theology classes where a systematic approach has been attempted for the first time in the history of the module.