Camille Cummins was born and raised in California’s Bay Area, where violence, promiscuity and abortion are the norms of society. By the age of 21, she had two children outside of wedlock and before the age of twenty-two under went three abortions. Camille’s encounter with medical staff during the abortions is what has compelled her to include them in the book. The compassion, coldness and indifference as nurses and doctors prepped her for abortion or attended her during recovery are the reasons she cannot forget that there is room in the arms of Jesus Christ for everyone involved. Each abortion was as different as the circumstances surrounding them, however all resulted in a very common depression. Realizing she had become emotionally callous, unable face her conscience and afraid to face a God of judgment, Camille received salvation at the age of twenty-two in April of 2000.
Although rescued from a dark past, Camille soon realized she had not been delivered from the things she had experienced. Shortly after receiving salvation, while married she became pregnant and suffered a miscarriage, as usual, she swept her emotions under the rug, but soon found out that the rug was too full. Camille spent the next five years in a constant spiritual, emotional and mental war with her past. In the year 2005, she overcame the scars of abortion and emerged victorious from the battlefield of her mind, refusing to leave anyone behind.