BRISTOL, Va. - A popular televised church service will feature one of our own this weekend.
Rebecca Pepin will be speaking about her book, "Faces of Freedom", on the Crystal Cathedral's "Hour of Power."
"I engaged a lot with the families while writing this book," Pepin said. "It was an incredibly humbling experience to have them tell me, ‘Thank you for what you have done.'"
100 percent of the proceeds from Pepin's book go to help wounded veterans through Fisher House Foundation and Wounded Warrior Project.
The book tells the stories of fallen service members. It features one each for state, including Silver Star recipient Ryan McGlothlin from Lebanon, Virginia.
Pepin traveled to Orange Grove, California to be interviewed.
To watch the program online, click here: http://www.hourofpower.org/videos/index.php
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