A chemical pregnancy may be invisible to onlookers, but the hopes associated with having a child require little to take root, and when they are cut down, it can feel devastating.
Miscarriages are very common, but the frequency of the tragedy does not reduce the weight of death. Here is how you can be a support through your friends’ grief.
These holidays can be extremely difficult times for angel parents—parents who have lost their children. We all can help support them better.
No amount of denial from pro-choicers can change the fact that many post-abortive mothers carry the grief of a severed parent-child bond with them.
The documentary film explores the source of the cultural silence about the deaths of new and unborn babies, and how we can get away from it to bring families healing.
The first empty grave is only the first grave to empty, for on the last day all graves will be empty—Bre’s and those of all we mourn at Christmas who have died in Christ.
Bre Payton’s life is an inspiration, a bright light that tells us we should go after what we want, and work hard for it. For that, I am very grateful.
If you are family or a friend of angel parents who have lost a baby, do what you can to let them know that they are not alone. Show them they are surrounded by love.
At our weakest, we had no social script to lean on and no ritual to follow, because the rules for pregnancy loss have been different than all other types of death.
A Christian woman reflects on her journey of grief and loss—and what steps people of faith can take to save lives at risk.
‘All of us who knew him and loved him are keepers of this fire. It’s there, and it lives on, and it is something we can breathe life into every day.’
At both the beginning and end of life, everything else fades into the background as the focus turns to what matters most.
The boy Kubo is grieving—not in psychological stages, but in song, threnody. Kubo must undertake a spiritual journey, risking his sanity to learn how to live like a human being and poet.
You are not crazy, nor are you alone. There are tons of us out here who have felt the same way you do. This is the opposite of what the pro-abortion lobby will tell you, but it’s true.
I am a fan of many of the celebrities who died, but it did seem a little over the top to say 2016 was worse than any other year. Then November 11 came.
Even in death, unborn infants receive no respect from an abortion industry anxious to portray such human beings as trash.
Why do we raise awareness about pregnancy and infant loss? Because once people know the truth, they can love others who are suffering.
You cannot say one’s loss is easier or harder, better or worse than someone else’s, because you have no idea what they’re going through. Yet they—we—are not alone.
From the general in charge to the family members of those killed, the power and perseverance of the human spirit amid agony was on display in the aftermath of 9/11.
Hillary Scott touched the hurting hearts of millions, identifying with the many who long to hold the baby they never knew while navigating a culture that doesn’t notice their loss.
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