Based on the life experience of Benjamin Lane and written as an autobiographical novel, He'enalu Days tells the spiritual journey of Dennis Hill, a wild-child surfer growing up in Kai Town, Honolulu, in the early 1980's, who walks into a life of drugs and parties. As a boy, Dennis falls in love with the ocean and the sport of surfing and feels that to he'enalu (surf or slide across a breaking wave) sets him free like nothing else can. Twenty years later, Dennis realizes his brokenness as a human being and cries out to God to save him. A war over his soul emerges, and Dennis discovers the physical realm we all live in reflects a coexisting spiritual realm that we cannot see, a spiritual realm that wields the power to overwhelm the physical realm in an instant. When no person can save him or ease his pain, Dennis discovers that Jesus Christ - the way and the truth and the life - is the only one who can set him free, and that eternity is too long to be wrong. These are his new He'enalu Days.