At the age of eight, while her mother was in the hospital having her fifth baby, Jennie Garcia's innocence was taken from her by her own father. From that point on, Jennie's life jumped from one home to another, from one state to another, from security to peril, from love to loss. Jennie always believed in God and prayed often, asking Him to help her. However, it was not until she was grown and married and her three-year-old son was diagnosed with autism that she had an epiphany about how God works. Instead of asking Him for change, Jennie began to trust in His design. When she gave her full trust to God, her complete and utter belief in His will and His love, her life became more than something to endure: it became something to celebrate.