The modern world crashed into their lives like a hurricane. Barbara lost her son, a single dad, to senseless violence. Judy's daughter fell into a black hole of addiction. Ginger's youngest girl threw away motherhood for the dazzle of money, status and materialism. And the grandmothers were left to pick up the pieces....Miraculously, they found one another, a mismatched trio of middle-aged women with almost no history in common, yet with so much to share. They wept, raged, grieved and prayed together and discussed their practical problems, deepest fears and loftiest dreams. In the end, through their circle of friendship, they found wisdom, strength and courage--and rediscovered the true meaning of their faith.