Ralley Point: Place of Refuge


A journey of heartbreak, hope, and healing.

“What if the machines are wrong?” I pleaded. Am I putting more faith in doctors than in God? I thought.


“No, Dyanna Jo. There’s no heartbeat,” Dr. Swanson replied gently.

 Expectant mother, Dyanna Jo Baskin, her husband Leif, and her step-daughter Ralley are devastated when Dyanna Jo miscarries after so many years of trying to get pregnant. When a fertility specialist told her she’d never carry a baby to term, the miscarriage becomes a catalyst for their journey to becoming a foster family.

A story told from each character’s point of view, Dyanna Jo, Leif, and Ralley transform as a family in a place and time of God’s choosing into a foster home and a place of refuge.

Meanwhile, baby Carrie is born drug-exposed and taken from her mother. Baby John Doe is an abortion survivor. They both need a place of refuge but will the Baskins be ready for them?

"Ralley Point Place of Refuge is an incredible book that shows all aspects of fostering and adopting children, from the perspectives of foster and adoptive parents, social workers, parents who give up children and parents/grandparents whose children/grandchildren are removed from their custody as well as children who have share their homes and parents with foster siblings."
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