How could God not bring a miracle? This question continued to play in author Ginger Dannhaus' head, as she grappled with her mother's death from a rare autoimmune disease. Before she could handle her grief, Ginger witnessed her dad's remarriage to an untrustworthy woman that she didn't approve. Ginger didn't know God personally, being confused by the Bible, but Ginger shares how she found restoration through God in her new autobiography, Giving God Glory. One right after the other, Ginger began to experience God encounters that encouraged her family to move into the country and face challenges of life together. Even when she was diagnosed with a neuro-autoimmune disease, Ginger found hope through the Bible and felt God gave insight into how to care for her health. Included in the book are also several selections of her written prophetic poetry: all to prove when much is given, much is required.