At the peak of the country music boom, Jill Riley-Welch drove to Nashville, guitar in tow, to pursue her gift of songwriting. It was an electric time on Nashville's famed Music Row, where Jill worked as a studio manager and staff songwriter. It was a time when anything could happen. What happened for Jill, though, was the last thing she ever expected. Jill was diagnosed with cancer and eventually refused the proposed surgery to remove an orange-sized mass, believed by oncologists to be yet another tumor. After an indescribable spiritual encounter on the night of her diagnosis, she followed an overpowering tug and walked away from that life on Music Row and into an awakening that changed everything. From stories of hanging out with country music superstars at their inner-circle parties, where five-hundred-dollar bottles of champagne flowed freely, to the narrative of a solitary walk of facing deep, hidden pain that threatened to kill her, this is the record of a supernatural voyage into Jill's discovery of her true identity in Christ.