Stewart Govig here gives a personal account of his family's struggle with their son's mental illness. After his son was diagnosed with schizophrenia, the family faced not only the difficulty of finding medical care and therapy but also the personal anguish and the questioning of faith and of God that often accompany such a crisis. During his struggle for faith, Govig found the strength to bear the burdens from his two foundations: the Bible and personal experience.
This book, deep in human experience, is a powerful statement of hope and faith that every pastor, counselor, and family dealing with mental illness needs to read. Through this book Stewart Govig provides a written support group for the families and friends of those facing mental illness.