By Craig Stephen Smith,LaDonna J. Smith
On June nine, 2009, Craig and LaDonna Smith figured out in a bad coincidence on a lonely stretch on Interstate 25 at mile marker 313 in northern New Mexico.
Miracle at Mile Marker 313 is the fantastic tale of this couple’s deep trauma and brave conflict to outlive.
You’ll be captivated by means of the various miracles God played over the months and years that this aggravating event.
Written from Craig and LaDonna and their children’s views, you’ll snicker and cry on the robust approach this tale comes alive.
This is one booklet you won’t are looking to placed down. it's going to encourage and inspire you on your personal stroll of religion as you discover the solutions to a couple of life’s most crucial questions.
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