Amanda Humphrey, whose 11-month-old daughter Autumn was killed in September 2012 in an accident, rose last Sunday to speak about forgiveness at First Baptist Church of North Kansas City. Afterward, Amanda and Richard Humphrey (right) said their goodbyes to Lewis and Louise Grace. Lewis Grace, now 90, drove the car that struck Autumn Humphrey in the church parking lot.
Amanda Humphrey, whose 11-month-old daughter Autumn was killed in September 2012 in an accident, rose last Sunday to speak about forgiveness at First Baptist Church of North Kansas City. Afterward, Amanda and Richard Humphrey (right) said their goodbyes to Lewis and Louise Grace. Lewis Grace, now 90, drove the car that struck Autumn Humphrey in the church parking lot. JILL TOYOSHIBA The Kansas City Star
Amanda Humphrey, whose 11-month-old daughter Autumn was killed in September 2012 in an accident, rose last Sunday to speak about forgiveness at First Baptist Church of North Kansas City. Afterward, Amanda and Richard Humphrey (right) said their goodbyes to Lewis and Louise Grace. Lewis Grace, now 90, drove the car that struck Autumn Humphrey in the church parking lot. JILL TOYOSHIBA The Kansas City Star

After losing a daughter in a car accident, a family finds strength in forgiveness

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