The Yashmea Journey as presented in the trilogy focuses on three truths:

        1. Ephesians 6:12 - "For our struggle is not against flesh and blood, but against the rulers, against the authorities, against the powers of this dark world and against the spiritual forces of evil in the heavenly realms." In other words - Evil is real and so is the battle.

        2. The character of Yashmea represents the best version the author can find through scripture and experience of Jesus - His character, love and power. The plots reveal strong relationships - not religion - with Him.  Yashmea battles Luchar, the dark enemy whose goal is to harm and destroy.  What is it really like to walk with Jesus along still waters ... through the valley of the shadow of death ... making soup? 

        3. Senior saints, perhaps undervalued in our modern world, tenaciously display unique strengths against the powers of this dark world and debut as lead characters alongside their younger friends. Our value as friends of Yashmea never lessens even when our hair turns gray and our steps are slowed - in fact - those may be the strongest years of our lives. 

        While Breathe took the cloak of a past time for the story with Yashmea, Term of Probation follows a modern day probation officer grappling with evil and her friendship with Yashmea. The last book of the trilogy, ENEMY - The Final Battle, has glimpses of a future end.