Gloria Lovejoy's memoir is an unabashed account of a troubled woman's life in small town Pennsylvania coping with family strife, drug abuse, alcoholism, promiscuity, and suicide attempts. Later came the paranoid delusions, voices, demonic apparitions and hallucinations that were the tell-tale signs of a diagnosed schizophrenic disorder. Many rejected her and stigmatized her as "crazy." She spent years in therapy and in and out of mental institutions. However, Gloria's Road demonstrates that the mentally ill are not without salvation, that schizophrenia is not outside of Christ's mercy and grace, and that the power of God can work despite a comprised mental state. Gloria's Road offers evidence that the mentally ill have hope, and that through Christ, they can live fulfilling and fruitful lives.