Choosing to SEE Through the Good and Bad

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Mary Beth Chapman, wife of Steven Curtis Chapman, tells the story of her and her family through the good times, having the opportunity to adopt and the tragic death of her daughter.

This honest and heart-felt account of their lives demonstrates God's faithfulness and comfort through the toughest of situations - an extremely powerful read.

27th March

March 27th, 2013 - Posted & Written by Anna Bunn

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