Our guest is Dr. Ron Bracy, author of Walk On, was born at Fort Monmouth, New Jersey, Dr. Ron Bracy was adopted at the age of five and grew up in Bethesda, Arkansas. A graduate of the Air Force Academy, he served in the U.S. Air Force for 42 years and is a veteran of the Vietnam War where he flew 183 combat missions. He was on duty in the Pentagon during the terrorist attack on 9-11-01. Walk On: From the Valley of Despair to the Mountaintop of Praise. A man of faith, he later earned a Ph.D. in biblical studies, and moved into the Air Force Chaplaincy. His last active duty assignment was to the Military Joint Chiefs of Staff at the Pentagon, where he was on duty on 9/11 and worked to save others on that terrible day. But despite all he had seen and endured, Ron Bracy’s most severe test of life and faith came the day his only
son was killed on an Air Force Special Operations mission. Bracy reflects back on his own grief and that of others in his book, Walk On: From the Valley of Despair to
the Mountaintop of Praise. The book is an examination of the small Old Testament book called Habakkuk.
Nate Birt and his wife, Julie, hoped they might be blessed with four children. And those blessings started coming along. Almost 10 years and three small boys later, Nate says he brought up the subject of baby number four only to discover his wife had another idea. And thus began their journey that culminated in the birth of their daughter Phoebe, who was placed with their family through embryo adoption with the help of the Snowflakes® Embryo Adoption Program, a division of Nightlight® Christian Adoptions. More than 20 years ago, a couple struggling to start their family approached. His book Frozen, But Not Forgotten: An Adoptive Dad’s Step-by-Step Guide to Embryo Adoption releases in just a few days. The book, Frozen, But Not Forgotten: An Adoptive Dad’s Step-by-Step Guide to Embryo Adoption,
[ISBN: 978-1-946889-96-6] will release in April from Carpenter’s Son Publishing. It will be available from selected book stores and online retailers.
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