It was after the heart breaking loss of their son Benjamin that Anna and Eric Heatherly realized the unique challenges posed by their son\'s health problems had given them opportunities to share the Gospel in unexpected ways.
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\"As the field of health-related services grows, Truett-McConnell is prepared to raise up godly professionals who share Christ and serve others,\" said Truett-McConnell President Emir Caner. \"And we are blessed to have some of the premier faculty related to Exercise Sciences, ensuring our students ...
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