Julie Lyons was working as a crime reporter when she followed a hunch into a South Dallas ghetto. She wasn't hunting drug dealers, but drug addicts who had been supernaturally healed of their addictions. At The Body of Christ Assembly, Lyons found the story she was looking for. The minister prayed for the sick, the addicted, and the demon-possessed, and people were supernaturally healed. Julie and her husband decided to start attending The Body of Christ Assembly. After many years at the church, she shares her story of finding God, the Holy Spirit and recognizing her own prejudices and preconceptions about Black Pentecostal believers. Lyons' is a story of spiritual awakening and a portrait of the vibrant faith she professes.