Tasha McCleary discovers a secret about her past that not only astonishes her, but puts her in grave danger. Her safe, perfect world is turned upside down, and she finds herself living in fear and limitation. An opportunity to pursue her dream presents itself, but will she have the courage to accept the offer? Stephen Banks grew up never knowing his father until the unthinkable happened. He now has to come to terms with hating the man who abandoned his family. Stephen's mother worked hard to support the two of them on her limited income, yet somehow she found creative ways to provide adventure and fun ... until his father ruined it all. Through their shared passion for photography, Stephen and Tasha both discover truth and healing through the lens of God. The Lens of God is an engaging story you won't want to put down. It will keep you up late at night, and its truths stay with you long after you turn the last page. Carrie Dugovic's favorite saying is "People are the only thing you can take to Heaven." This is how she lives her life; she invests in people. Having coffee or a walk with a friend, teaching adult literacy, mentoring university students, hosting children's pottery classes and giving homemade ceramic mugs to cancer patients are some of her favorite ways to engage. She delights in the wonders of God, especially photographing nature while exploring with her loyal dog. Carrie joined the Air Force at the tender age of 17. She served 7 years active duty and 5 years in the Air National Guard as a Computer and Communications Operator. She's worked 29 years at California State University, Stanislaus as a Database Administrator in Turlock, CA. Carrie plans to retire next year to spend more time enjoying her three adult children, pottery, backyard chickens, wine making, gardening, volunteerism and traveling with her loving and adventurous husband.