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Choosing Life After Rape

Jennifer Christie became pregnant following a brutal rape, and despite the horrific trauma she experienced, she and her husband took a strong stand for life by choosing to keep the baby. Today, she discusses her difficult journey and how God has brought redemption through it.

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