A Symbol of Hope

Salyers, Priscilla
April 2010
Guideposts;Apr2010, Vol. 65 Issue 2, p18
A personal narrative is presented in which the author discusses what saved her from death during the Oklahoma City Federal Building bombing in 1995.


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