Faith Through Infertility Pt. 2
Bridges with Steven & Crystal North and Laura Horton
Crystal and Steven North prayed for fourteen years to have a baby. When they conceived in 2017, we knew we wanted to follow the pregnancy on Bridges. On Part 2 of the "Faith Through Infertility" series, Crystal and Steven share how they're getting ready for parenthood and the arrival of a sweet baby girl. Then Monica interviews licensed marriage & family therapist Laura Horton of Brookstone Counseling Services in Brentwood, Tennessee, about parenthood and family matters.
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