Joel Williamson could not accept the fact that his wife Penelope was dead. He could not give her up even when others encouraged him to do so. His daughter kept her mother's memory alive through her scrapbook. Joel had a lot to learn about God's grace and mercy. Four hundred miles away Ruth Roberts was starting a new life. Living in a house located at the foot of the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia and shared by two elderly ladies, she was inspired to paint. An attempted robbery at a store in Ashland, South Carolina, left Ralph Nix running for his life. Years later, Rex Caskin would track him through the Virginia woods In this episode, Joel finds closure to his wife's disappearance in an unusual way. Judean W. Etheredge, D.P.C., is Counselor-in-Charge of Autumn Olive Outreach, a counseling center for women. For the past ten years she has ministered to women by counseling the Word. Judean worked as a social worker before opening the counseling center for women. Besides writing, she is also involved in Autumn Olive Refuge, a shelter for abandoned animals. She and her husband house more than 80 abandoned or unwanted animals on their 20 acre farm. Other interests include photography, art and Bible collecting.