A prayer-first approach to healthcare

When MY Husband And I were engaged, we talked a lot about the children we hoped we'd have. About the values we'd give them, the sports we'd teach them, the education and cultural opportunities we'd offer them, the healthcare we'd provide for them.

But mostly, we talked about the faith in God we wanted to share with them. To us, that was the main heritage we had to give them. And we felt it was a unified heritage, even though my husband and I originally came from two different religious back-grounds. We agreed that, if our children ended up knowing there's one universal, omnipotent God—who loves them beyond all imagination and takes care of them forever.... Well, that was enough to get them through just about anything in life.

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