Ruth and Jan Senneker hold a painting of their children who were lost in a 1977 auto accident. Their faith has sustained them through the years and knowing their children are now home.
Ruth and Jan Senneker hold a painting of their children who were lost in a 1977 auto accident. Their faith has sustained them through the years and knowing their children are now home.
Ruth and Jan Senneker hold a painting of their children who were lost in a 1977 auto accident. Their faith has sustained them through the years and knowing their children are now home.

Finding a peace

December 08, 2007 11:42 PM

UPDATED December 08, 2007 11:50 PM

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