What marks and defines you? Your social status? Your family relationships? Your career or ministry? Some circumstances and events can permanently brand our lives. They are moments that can deepen our character. Crystal Woodman Miller is a young woman whose...
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What marks and defines you? Your social status? Your family relationships? Your career or ministry? Some circumstances and events can permanently brand our lives. They are moments that can deepen our character. Crystal Woodman Miller is a young woman whose life was forever changed by the tragic events at Columbine High School in 1999--seven eternal minutes that served as the ultimate wake-up call. And in the aftermath of tragedy, Crystal found herself at a crossroad of fear and faith. Marked for Life is the remarkable story of Crystal's journey from suffering to healing--a journey that challenged her to choose hope and faith over bitterness and despair. She shares her extraordinary testimony worldwide to comfort and inspire thousands with a message of hope. Her desire is for us all to discover that we can be marked for life by a redeeming God who brings hope out of the rubble of earth-shattering loss.
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Blessed with a servant's heart and a survivor's testimony, Crystal Woodman Miller has devoted herself to traveling the world to share her unique testimony of faith and hope. She currently lives in Oklahoma with her husband, Peter. A