Stephen Curtis & Mary Beth Chapman: Choosing to See - I
Monday, August 16, 2010
On today’s broadcast, singer Steven Curtis Chapman reflects on the tragic spring day in 2008 when his beloved 5-year old daughter, Maria, went home to be with the Lord. Steven sat down with Dr. Dobson just months after the accident—with the wound still fresh in his memory. He reveals his heart as a father … and shares the hope he clings to as a follower of Christ. It’s a poignant conversation you won’t want to miss.
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