Daphne Pitts, a native of Nashville TN was raised in a Christian home and herself accepted Christ while a student at Meharry Medical College. She has had a life-long desire to be an author was told by her 10th grade English teacher that she should write books. Several years later (after medical school, marriage, and raising 6 children) she wrote this book based on the questions her youngest child asked her when he was small. She is a graduate of St. Cecilia Academy in Nashville, TN. She holds a B.A degree from Tennessee State University and received her M.D degree from Meharry Medical College. After completing her residency in Emergency Medicine at Howard University Hospital in Washington D.C., she served as a physician for the US Air Force for several years. She currently resides in the southern United States with her husband Greg and is a member of Bible Home Church. Daphne Pitts loves to use her interaction with people who come to her for illnesses as a way to introduce them to the healing power and love of Jesus Christ. She is a member of the AMA, past member of the CMDS, Americal College of Emergency Physicians and numerous other organizations. This book follows the innocent conversation between a naturally inquisitive son and his mother about the nature of God.