This Mother of Two Finds The Most Unexpected Way To Grieve and Heal After The Loss Of Her Husband
Becky McCoy is not a runner. She never planned on running a half marathon; in fact it was on her “anti-bucket list.” But when her husband, who was a doctor in the Air Force, passed away unexpectedly one month before their second child was due – Becky’s world was turned upside down. At the suggestion of a friend, she started reluctantly training for the Navy & Air Force Half Marathon in D.C. just to keep her mind off of things. The more Becky prayed about the half marathon, the more she felt a profound sense of peace and acceptance about it, and Becky was even able to view the training as a way to privately grieve her husband, and connect with him through an activity that he loved.
Listen to Becky’s touching story of healing and restoration found through faith and running!