This is the true story of a twelve-day journey my husband and I endured while our infant son, Joshua, was at death's door. What the Lord revealed to me, during those heart-wrenching days, changed me. He later used that knowledge to help me reach out to touch other's lives. That ministry became one of my life's greatest fulfillments. While no one wants to go through trials, life doesn't always give us that choice. Yet, it is often in unexpected crisis that we are given the opportunity for God to teach us things we've never known. From that knowledge, He desires to do remarkable things through us to help make an eternal difference in the lives of others. Throughout history, God has always used ordinary men and women in the midst of crisis to have an impact on their generation, and He is still doing so today. Jenny Doss went to the University of Montevallo in Alabama as an Art/Art History major and became a wife and mother of five. After raising her family, she perused her "other" calling to teach. Yet, Jenny's greatest mission, outside of her family, was when the Lord called her to become the founder and director of Sav-A-Life, Shelby, a ministry that has touched countless lives. Three years later, God changed her direction, and she helped open the Kingwood Counseling Center where she taught counseling and served as a family counselor for almost a decade. Since 1993, she has also taught in private and fine arts schools. Jenny has been an advocate for the unborn, and has spoken before congregations and civic groups on a variety of subjects, including her testimony. And the ministry God raised up through her more than two decades ago is still touching lives and saving souls.