When Gavin Hooks' parents divorced, his Christian faith faded.
"I felt like God had left me, or I felt like my faith wasn't sufficient to work through this problem," he said. He didn't stop believe in God, but for about a year, he "dropped out" of his faith walk.
Eventually, he returned. He'd worked through the issues of his parents' volatile split – or so he thought.
Fast forward 20 years. Hooks' mother died, and he realized something: He still had deep issues that he hadn't dealt with.