Traumatic experiences in Jasona’s childhood—a boating accident that crushed her skull, the years of constant helmet-wearing that followed, and the murders of her aunt and cousin —hardened into stones in a wall she did not know existed between her heart and God’s heart. She only knew that after she had been a Christian for thirty-two years, had received a Master’s Degree in Christian Studies, and had ministered for over a decade alongside her pastor husband, she still could not rest in God’s love for her. When God revealed the wall in her heart and helped her to remove the stones of unforgiveness, anger at God, unhealed memories, and demonic oppression, his love flooded her heart and transformed her understanding of the Christian life. Now she writes and ministers from a longing to help others encounter God’s heart and to grow deeper into him herself. She lives in Colorado with her husband and three children.