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Coping with Early Pregnancy Loss and Chemical Pregnancy

Coping with Early Pregnancy Loss and Chemical Pregnancy

I desperately wanted another child, but both pregnancy and adoption were failing me.   
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When Our Plans Aren't God's Plans

When Our Plans Aren't God's Plans

I constantly asked myself and God, “Why does that woman get to have so many children, but I can’t even have two?”  “Why did you ruin my dreams?”  “Why don’t you want me to have a big family?”
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Mother's Day After the Loss of a Child

Mother's Day After the Loss of a Child

Mother’s Day is an extremely difficult holiday for all bereaved mothers, but for me, it is a double whammy since it will always fall so close to the anniversary of Hope’s death.
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Continuing to Remember Her Life

Continuing to Remember Her Life

When a baby dies, an entire life of moments and memories is stolen. So, as a mother, I have to find a way to remember her life, to celebrate her existence on this earth.
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A Father's Grief: Coping with Stillbirth

A Father's Grief: Coping with Stillbirth

When a pregnancy ends in tragedy, people usually gravitate towards the mother, thinking that she will need the most comfort and support. This is a natural response, but sadly, this often leads to the father’s grief being overlooked and forgotten.
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Hope's Story... and a story of hope

Hope's Story... and a story of hope

“Just one more push, Lauren!” “You can do it!” I bared down and pushed with all of my might, and there she was...beautiful, perfect, but silent. Her body was pink and warm, flushed with life, while her face was purple and clammy, kissed by death. Will got to cut her cord; a should-be-joyful moment suddenly turned somber. Hope was finally here, and yet she was gone.
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God's Care for You as You Grieve

God's Care for You as You Grieve

I thought that if I could just fill my empty arms with another baby, then I would be able to find happiness again.
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Walking the Road of Grief

Walking the Road of Grief

"I viewed grief as a horrible, bumpy, winding road. While I knew that I would always miss my daughter, I also knew that the acute pain and intense suffering I was experiencing would have an end."
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Coping With Loss When There Are No Medical Answers

Coping With Loss When There Are No Medical Answers

Proverbs 3:5 says, “Trust in the Lord with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding.” I realized that I had been viewing the answers about my daughter’s death as the key to my ability to heal. 
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6 Heartfelt Ways Parents Are Honoring the Children They've Lost

6 Heartfelt Ways Parents Are Honoring the Children They've Lost

We are honored to be part of Disney's Babble.com video featuring heartfelt ways parents are honoring the children they've lost.
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Encouragement from My Pastor

Encouragement from My Pastor

Though your child was denied a lifetime of leaping and running and singing and dancing and hugging on this earth, a new heavens and a new earth is coming, where, freed from all disease and disability, he or she will have not just a lifetime, but an eternity, to run and leap and celebrate to the glory of God.  
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