On FamilyLife Today, Dave and Ann Wilson host author Abbey Wedgeworth, who recalls the gut-wrenching reality of having miscarried and feeling for God in the dark. Hear the comfort of being held in loss.
Ron Deal and Michelle Hill talk about the grieving process and how to care for yourself and others you know who may be grieving. We'll also hear from Matthew Arbo and Abigail Dodds on FamilyLife This Week.
For anyone who has experienced the pain of a miscarriage, the grief can make you feel all alone. Stephanie Green talks to Michelle Hill about her experience with miscarriage while helping listeners in this situation learn to process this unique grief.
The loss of a child can leave many parents feeling there's nowhere to turn. Ron and Nan Deal, along with Brad and Jill Sullivan, share about the While We're Waiting retreats, which minister to parents right where they are on their grief journey.
Hear the stories of two children, Hannah Sullivan and Connor Deal, who both lost their lives to illness. Their parents, Brad and Jill Sullivan and Ron and Nan Deal, share the stories of their precious children and the hope they have in the Lord of seeing them again.
The death of someone close to us is one of the hardest things we will ever face. Vaneetha Risner tells the story of how God met her after the tragic loss of her son and the healing his life still brings to others.
It's a devastating loss when a loved one dies, especially when it is unexpected. Al Hsu talks about the complex grief he experienced when his father took his own life. Ron and Nan Deal talk about the sudden loss of their son, Connor.
Cameron Cole seemed to be one of those lucky few who actually achieved the dream of a life free of trouble. But in one day Cameron's illusion of charmed perfection was shattered by four shocking words: "Our son is dead."
September McCarthy's first pregnancy ended in miscarriage, and their second child also died shortly after birth. God used those transforming moments to show her the sacred in the suffering and to change her heart.