#butGod: Oklahoma family credits faith for miraculous healing

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NEWCASTLE, Okla. – This Christmas season, one Oklahoma family is celebrating a year of challenge, a year of faith, and a year of healing.

Caleb Freeman, a teenager from Newcastle, Oklahoma was left mangled in a violent highway collision one year ago this month.

Freeman has made remarkable, miraculous progress.

His family has been sharing his journey on their Facebook page “Pray for Caleb.”

Their hashtag #butGod has been a rallying cry for prayer warriors across the globe.

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Caleb Freeman left Oklahoma in a coma aboard a medical helicopter.

He returned as a local celebrity walking on his own two feet.

His steps are the culmination of months and months of persistence and grueling hard work.

Here is a closer look at one year of progress made step by step.

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News 4's Ali Meyer sat down with Jeremy, Emily and Caleb Freeman at the KFOR/KAUT television studios to talk about Caleb's recovery.

Also for the first time, Caleb talked about the reason he believes he got into the wreck that night.

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The tragic events of that rainy night on the interstate gave birth to a ministry of promise and salvation.

For the first time on television, the Oklahoma woman who saved Caleb's life on the night of the wreck speaks out about what she did for him that day. She says she knew from the very beginning how this young man's story would unfold.

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