3.25 Stars. If you're a lover of spiritual books, this one will probably be a 5 on your list. In comparison to The Shack and Heaven is for Real, at least I can say I was more interested in this one. The writing was WAAAAAY better than those two.
The first half of this book was good. Ron and Denver's personal histories really kept my attention and I enjoyed hearing their voices narrate their stories. Unfortunately, it felt like a real bait and switch once we got to Deborah's sickness. To me, too much time was spent focusing on her illness rather than truly writing a tribute to Deborah that contained more details of her work at the mission. It wraps it back up toward the end, but it almost lost me.