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Stephanie and Claire Nielson: The Resilient Bond of a Mother and Daughter

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When Claire Nielson was 8 years old, her parents were involved in a small plane accident that left both her mom and dad badly injured, including burns that covered 80 percent of her mother’s body. Immediately following the accident, Claire’s mother, Stephanie, was barely recognizable but then Claire saw something she knew completely: Her mother’s eyes. On this week’s episode, Stephanie and Claire Nielson testify of God’s goodness even amidst the unthinkable and love’s power to conquer all things.

2:46- Growing Up Quickly
6:32- The Power of Eyes
11:40- Meant To Be Their Mom
15:31- Pulling Out the Box
20:17- Finding Healing Through Burns
24:28- The Process
28:21- Looking Away From the Mirror and Out the Window
32:57- Intentional Parenting
36:35- Bittersweet
46:12- What Does It Mean To Be All In the Gospel of Jesus Christ?

“It’s the bitter and the sweet, the happy and the sad, the helping and the healing and we do both at the same time and we become more because of it.” -Claire Nielson


Stephanie’s book, “Heaven Is Here”

“God Needs Mothers of All Kinds” (Previous All In Mother’s Day episode):

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