Reaching the lost, straying and cast down sheep of our generation - For such a time as this. Read how it's done. The author shares real life experiences from victim to overcomer. And the good news is: You can too. In a compelling true story the author tells how, as a child she worked all day in fields of sticky tobacco plants and prickly cotton bolls; and how cleansing it was at the end of the day to take the path less traveled back to the farmhouse. It was the path less traveled, which led to a refreshing pool of cool spring water where she could wash away all the dust and grime of the fields. She compares this to the experience when as a "cast down" sheep she came back to "The Father," who with outstretched arms of love offered Rivers of Mercy through Acceptance, Forgiveness and Restoration. Starwitness is a Central Florida Native, and a survivor of The Great Depression. During World War II, she worked on the Manhattan Project, employed by Tennessee Eastman Corporation in Oak Ridge Tennessee. Starwitness is a Retiree of the State of Florida where she worked as Nursing Home Coordinator with a team of Doctors, Nurses and Social Workers. After Retirement, she authored "The Viet Nam Hero" which was used in the Honors Program in Valencia Community College. She also authored "AS IS," A True Story of Hope. Now comes her latest release: "WELCOME HOME" -" As Is" She and her husband live in Central Florida and are the proud parents of two outstanding daughters, Patricia Stenstrom Agnew and Sharon Sue Barker, as well as four great grandchildren and nine great grandchildren.