• Coping With Loss When There Are No Medical Answers

    "When something tragic happens, I think humans naturally search for a reason why. There has to be a logical explanation to everything we encounter in this life, right? But in the world of stillbirth, there are more unknowns than definites. The doctors couldn’t give me an answer to my question of “What happened?”. There was no cord accident and no problems in the placenta. No ultrasound had ever shown abnormalities. There was nothing genetically wrong with me or my husband. And yet, my daughter’s heart still stopped beating..."
  • 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.
  • Encouragement from My Pastor

    ...We believe that in His mercy, this resurrection hope remains for babies and those with profound mental disabilities, who could not personally put their faith in Christ. 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...