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Finding Freedom as a Grace Based Mom, Part 3

Saying “I’m sorry” can be difficult, especially for parents. But those two words can make a big difference in a child's life. John and Danny discuss the times they need to use those words and how taking responsibility for mistakes as parents helps show God's grace.

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