Julie Hornok’s daughter, Lizzie, was diagnosed with autism at age 2. As a self-proclaimed “fixer,” Julie automatically dove into 30 hours of therapy per week trying to connect with her daughter. Julie considered her faith strong when Lizzie was born, but she relied on herself completely instead of relying on God. Eventually, Julie realized Lizzie’s autism was something she could not fix, no matter how hard she worked. As a result, Julie learned to find her strength in God and rely on prayer. Julie went on to help other mothers walking this same journey, and she wrote a book, United in Autism, to provide a resource she desperately wishes she would have had when Lizzie was diagnosed. In this interview, Julie provides hope and encouragement to parents of children diagnosed with autism.