https://youtu.be/zulKcYItKIA When this song came out Angie sent it to me right after she heard it on the radio. I cried because I knew... The frailty of a parents heart after losing a child...the struggle to even get out of bed everyday...the struggle to keep pushing on because your other children depend on you...you must… Continue reading Sunday Music: Tenth Avenue North | Worn
Dear Matthew, Just wanted to write this for your mom, brothers, and friends. I have heard so many loving stories of your life while you were here on this earth from your mom and I wish I had the honor of knowing you personally. But the Lord called you home before I had that chance.… Continue reading In Loving Memory Of Matthew Kirkhart
This post was originally written in 2014. But I want to share it again because it's important! I was pleasantly surprised one day while browsing the internet. I have been praying for a dear friend of mine who had recently lost one of her sons. Shortly after the accident that took her son's life and… Continue reading Child Loss: How To Talk To A Grieving Parent
Nash shares a part of her story that I know many women have endured…the loss of a child 😦
That is where her journey to God began. She sought out the Father, who Himself lost His Son, and understands the pain of losing a child to physical death. Yet Christ lives, as does little Reinhold’s soul in Heaven.
Hey everybody. How are you this fine day. I hope you are aaalll doing amazing. What a day of mixed feelings on my part. This is because a day like this last year, something so amazing happened in my life. I became a mother to Reinhold. I was already experiencing faint labour pains at this time. For some reason in the midst of it all, I felt like washing clothes so that I could come to a laundry free home when I brought my bundle of joy. Yes. I can confirm that a woman nearing birthing is a clean freak!
I already knew that it was a boy and I was quite excited and terrified at the same time. Having studied in one of my history classes about Reinhold, who was a theologian of German descent, contributed greatly in theological history, I said…
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As the city becomes to violent and young Jake witnesses a hold-up his parents choose to move to a Campground and become the caretakers. Of course Jake hates it! But eventually he makes friends with another boy named Peter who lives across the river from them. As there friendship grows stronger young Peter's life is… Continue reading Movie Night: The Current