national pregnancy & infant loss awareness

Patience in the Pit of Grief

Patience in the Pit of Grief

A story of loss and seeing God’s redemption and overwhelming pursuit in the midst of grief.

Grief is messy. Processing the grief was messy. When is it ever not messy?

My husband had reached the point of being “okay” about a week later. And that’s okay. I never felt like he expected me to bounce back like he did. He knew I was sad and he stayed right with me. He gave me this picture: It felt like we both fell into a deep pit and just laid there, hurting, and needed time to recover. He was able to sit up and find the ladder to start climbing out. He climbed out but stayed at the top, patiently waiting for me…


-Waiting in HOPE- Patience in the Pit of Grief

Cling To The God Who Satisfies Every Desire

Cling To The God Who Satisfies Every Desire

"When we feel our longing in the deepest part of our soul—when it sharply grieves us—when our first response is How long, O Lord? let it take us to the God who satisfies all desires with himself."

-Waiting in HOPE- Cling To The God Who Satisfies Every Desire

Remember as we are Remembered

Remember as we are Remembered

This is the day of Remembrance for so many as they acknowledge October 15th, National Pregnancy & Infant Loss Awareness Day. Today we stand with and hold hands with our sisters, brothers, friends and loved ones who grieve their babies gone too soon and dreams unmet with their absent.

-Waiting in HOPE- Remember as we are Remembered