Michaele Heinz Yaklin is a mother of five (two daughters, two sons, one son-in-law) and is a wife to her cherished husband, David Yaklin. She lives in a small peaceful town in Central Arkansas where she spends her free time listening to audio books and tending to her two dogs and cat. It is important to note that she listens to books instead of reading them. For the past five years she has been legally blind as a result of a noncancerous brain tumor. Prior to loosing her vision Michaele worked full time as a Speech Language Pathologist and taught some college courses in her field. In her spare time she would spend hours engulfed in books of various genre, her favorite being biblical literature. In addition to working, teaching, and leisurely activities, she also spent her time taking theology courses at the local college. Upon beginning this book earlier this year (2014), she questioned God as to why He gave her this task after she had lost her vision and not while she still had her sight. His response to her was quite profound. Michaele felt God telling her that if she would have had her eyesight while writing this book, she would receive the glory for the work she had done; but since she has completed the task with very little sight the glory goes directly to God. It would have been impossible for her to accomplish such a feat without the help of God. Along the way, while the book was still just an idea in her head, God planted people in her path to help her read through books, put sources together, type and edit the book, help with finishing touches, as well as pray with her throughout the whole process. She is very thankful to all who followed Gods call and were willing to help. With this book, Michaele's prayer is to help strengthen, grow, and ignite a desire to know Christ in new believers. May this book be a blessing to you."