A Whole New World begins with a personal accounting of a parent's worse highway nightmare and ends along a winding road where happier dreams may still be found. Bethany Rush Cartledge is a sunny seven-year-old girl who dies in the first chapter but lives on every page. Writing separately and together, they invite you to walk with them on their journey through the shock of Bethany's death, the numbness and pain of the first year without her, and the healing process of the decade that followed. As ministers, both Tony and Jan struggled with the theological implications of tragedy and loss, as well as the psychological polarities of choosing to live as victims or as survivors. Their story will touch the hearts, minds and spirits of everyone who reads it.