I highly recommend this book. Read how God moves his daughter, Janice, from fear to freedom, from rebellion to joy, and from grief to contentment.Rose Marie MillerAuthor of From Fear To Freedom, Come Back BarbaraThe Weisses' story is one that is similarly played out daily in many places around God's world. Janice's emotional writing is real, uplifting and a compelling read. I highly recommend it.Rob AlexanderAuthor of Professions-als: Men and Women Partnering with the Trinity in Everyday lifeJanice helps us see the promise of beauty for ashes, hope for despair and joy in the midst of sorrow. She lives it. This book will help many understand the disconnection between the theology in their head and the rebellion in their heart. Janice shows fellow travelers of painful losses that there is a loving God who weeps and through His tears, heals and makes us whole. Clyde GodwinPastor of Hope Presbyterian Church.Janice Weiss has recently returned to the US after living ten years on the outskirts of London, England. Along with her husband and four children, she was sent out by World Harvest Mission to live and work in the multicultural community of Southall. She and her husband were church planters and founding members of New Life Masih Ghar. Janice has a Masters of Teaching from UNC-CH and has been a teacher at the preschool to college level. Currently, she is teaching second grade at Summit School in Winston-Salem, NC.