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2014 Top Five #3: Facing Loss Finding God’s Comfort

December 19th, 2014

Our #3 Program of the Year. First aired October 21, 2014. None of us are immune to loss. Dr. Randy talks about a significant loss experienced in his family, as he welcomes his son and [...]

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