'When I was a young girl, my parents warned me never to record my story with black ink on white paper.' So begins Finding My Way Home, the story of one Chinese Christian girl in an age of great change for a great nation. The memoir follows the trials and travails of Nettie Ma and her family as they endure Japanese occupation and then Chairman Mao's Communist Cultural Revolution. From the conversion of her grandfather in China by an American missionary to the desire to pass this same legacy on to her children, Nettie Ma traces her Christian journey through the valleys and peaks that have led her to a new home in the United States. With black ink on white paper, Nettie Ma now tells about that journey.