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Are Birth Defects Really Part of God's Plan?Courtesy of Heather King

Are Birth Defects Really Part of God's Plan?


Jul 12 2013
After the death of my twins, I had to rethink what it means to be fearfully and wonderfully made.

I've got two arms reserved for Amelie and Adaline.

Heather King has a passion for music and writing. For the past 15 years she's fronted the worship band Daniel's Window and taught piano and voice in her private studio just south of Chicago. She loves scary movies, Stephen King novels, her salsa garden, her daughter Hayden, and her freelance comic book artist husband Caleb. Connect with Heather at her blog, hit her up on Facebook, or check out her band's music on iTunes.

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