Eight years ago this week, Randy and Katrina Stevens received the devastating news that their healthy, vibrant, 21-year-old daughter Rachel had suddenly and inexplicably died in her sleep while away at college. In last week's episode, they shared Rachel's story and discussed the impact her homegoing has had on their family and their faith and offered some advice for moms and dads who find themselves at the very beginning of their grief journey. Today we share a wide-ranging discussion of issues faced by bereaved parents, including husbands & wives who grieve very differently, dealing with our child’s grave, and handling disappointment with God. We'll also talk about the Rachel Kay Stevens Therapy Center, which provides no-cost occupational therapy services to uninsured and underinsured children from birth to age 18 in the Memphis area.
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