A New Book on the Sutherland Springs Shooting Explores Resilience, Forgiveness, and Grace

by | Tue, Mar 31, 2020 at 16:14 CST
Long after other journalists had packed up, Joe Holley stayed in the devastated town, getting to know survivors. He tells their stories with empathy and tact.
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