God’s Redemption After The Loss Of A Baby

Compassion for “them”: relearning to love the people we were before our loss By Robert Nickel When you read about a horrible disaster— a doomed airliner, a tsunami, anything that suddenly shatters peace and calm and well being— when you read an article like that, sometimes there are “before” photos. The people in harm’s way…

Infertility: When You Expected To Be Expecting By Now

 By Rebekah I remember that first fragile moment I wanted to be a mom. Moving from the terror, to the thrill of what a baby would bring. I remember the first day I was no longer scared to become pregnant, but instead felt only wild anticipation for the season of motherhood to begin. I thought…

Grieving By Author Kate Kelty – The Jesus Of My Grief

Reeling and Reaching by Author Kate Kelty “Kate. I have bad news.” Before my sister said anything else, my heart had already melted under the intensity of her words. “No Kristen. No.” I wanted whatever it was to be untrue. Whatever pain I was getting ready to feel and face, I needed it to not…

What Happens When An Eighteen Year Old Has A Miscarriage?

by Mandy Pagano I imagine a girl. I picture strawberry blonde curls bouncing off small, rounded shoulders and a dimpled smile that lights up a room. I envision a smattering of freckles dancing across cheeks the color of buttercream. Sadly, all I have is my imagination. I never had the opportunity to hold my baby…