Speaking of Cruver, I noticed that Dan has posted the article he wrote upon his son’s passing in preparation for his Together for Adoption Conference and in honor of Maria Sue Chapman. His piece, which I’ll always remember as “God’s Silent Little Preacher,” was read at little Daniel’s funeral. The whole service is extraordinary. Besides Dan’s tribute, there is a moving, challenging poem written by Daniel’s grandmother, one line of which echoes in my mind: “Preach on, my grandson! Preach on!” The audio for the memorial service is available here. It remains the most downloaded message that Heritage has ever posted.
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