This video is living proof that mankind can fight devastating evil with pure and selfless love

"Evil did not win": God's love prevails after Sandy Hook tragedy.

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  • On December 14th 2012, Emilie Parker was one of 20 children killed in 2nd deadliest mass shooting by a single person in American history. It felt as though the world stood still on that day as people realized that 20 little souls would not be able to celebrate Christmas with their families, and their parents would never pick them up from school again.

  • Alissa Parker, Emilie's mother, reflects on her devastating experience and advocates firmly that "evil did not win" that day. Her truly moving story of overcoming sorrow and selfless charity is a testament of the power of love.

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Katelyn Carmen is a freelance content marketer, writer and graphic designer. She loves her husband, family, friends and faith.


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