In this autobiography about a woman’s journey toward a life of spiritual fulfillment in Christ, you’ll find a dash of humor, a little sorrow, and a lot of inspiration. Most importantly, you’ll find a woman whose experiences have taught her about the merit of choosing the important over the urgent—the eternal over the temporal.Cleta’s story begins in 1950s California, where she’s enjoying life playing marbles with her sister in a government camp for migrant workers. Despite Cleta’s humble start, she knows God has big plans for her life.She goes off track after she meets her future husband, Jim, and their marriage is beset for years by troubles—such as Jim’s drinking. But God tells Cleta that she’ll one day be a pastor’s wife who will speak into the lives of other women. It takes years, but God’s words indeed come to pass after Jim makes a radical decision for Christ.Follow the couple during the “Bible school” years in Kansas and Oklahoma as Jim, now on fire for God, trains with a pastor who was like his professor and where life experiences in Oklahoma became Jim’s seminary. Cleta’s story will teach you what it truly means to make God your teacher, protector, and provider.