Aired 2000-01. Just before 7:00 p.m. on Wednesday, September 15, 1999, Larry Ashbrook entered Wedgwood Baptist Church in Fort Worth, Texas. By the time he ended his life with a self-inflicted gunshot wound, he had taken seven lives, left seven others wounded, and unraveled the innocence of an entire church body. In the chaotic frenzy of the shooting's aftermath, the community, the nation, the world stood still to take it all in. Then, as other stories beckoned, the nation turned its attention to new happenings. But the people who experienced this nightmare could not. They still needed time to recover, time to grieve, and a time to heal. This 60-minute documentary tells the story of people affected by the shootings at the Wedgwood church. It explores the role of faith in the healing process and looks objectively at different ways people deal with their grief. Some have made great progress in the past year; others will spend a lifetime trying to cope. To purchase a DVD of this program call 888-241-9282.