His mother was a strong, capable woman of God, but her upsetting diagnosis of Alzheimer's showed another side of God's love author and pastor Derone Armstrong had never experienced. In his new semi-autobiography, Alzheimer's Express, Derone compares navigating his mother's Alzheimer's as similar to awaiting a train to take his mom to heaven. He witnessed his mother's decline and dealt with medical care issues that tested his faith in people, but not his belief in God's gifts in love and seeing God in people who did care. As the family embarked on the Alzheimer's express, which led to his mother's placement in a nursing home, Derone and his family found peace in the chaos and enjoyed the times when his mother remember herself as the mother they loved. It's a meaningful story of a son's love and how caring for his mother strengthened his awareness of God's love and provision.