For five years, author Dr. Ann Jones and her family watched as the patriarch of their family, Dr. Henry R. Jones, became lost to the everyday joys of family and ministry. This power couple, was married fifty-two years and walked together through each season of their life in ministry; however, when faced with the diagnosis of early-onset dementia at the age of sixty-seven, they realized this was a challenge unlike anything in which they had been able to prepare. In fact, Henry would not take ownership of this debilitating disease and never called it his own. His wife knew she would be the principal caregiver and yet, because they had walked by faith through their entire marriage, she was pulled between the dire expectations of loss and believing with her husband that he would never succumb to this dreaded disease. Walk with the author down memory lane as she carries you through their early ministry exploits only to arrive at an unexpected junction of aloneness. Ann will give you insights into their world of evangelism and ministry as well as their journey in dealing with the medical community as she reached out for assistance but could not find what was needed when necessary, so hospice became their solace.