The scene was gory and tragic, every father's worst nightmare. The van carrying Matt Stevens' two oldest sons had flipped on a country road and 10-year-old Caleb was thrown underneath the wreckage. Big brother Josh, himself just 11, comforted "Cub" as they waited for Dad's arrival.
The Stevens family was in the middle of one of four summer missions trips that fateful morning of Aug. 5, 2005, as they prepared to lead 40 youths for a week of compassion ministry in downtown Baltimore.
Matt arrived at Cub's side as he slipped in and out of consciousness. Cradling his son in his arms, Matt told him it was okay to go home to Jesus. Cub closed his eyes, gasped seven more times, and breathed his last.Read more