Spiritual Lies and Truths Surrounding Pregnancy Loss: Week 4

This is week four of spiritual lies and truths we often experience after pregnancy loss. This is the final week of sharing daily videos on Tiktok, Instagram, and Facebook regarding pregnancy loss as part of this series I’m doing for Pregnancy loss awareness month. For each day of the month I have addressed spiritual lies … Continue reading Spiritual Lies and Truths Surrounding Pregnancy Loss: Week 4

Spiritual Lies and Truths Surrounding Pregnancy Loss: Week 3

This is week three of spiritual lies and truths we experience after pregnancy loss. I’ve continued sharing daily videos on Tiktok, Instagram, and Facebook regarding pregnancy loss as part of the series I’m doing for Pregnancy loss awareness month. For each day of the month I address spiritual lies we can begin to believe after … Continue reading Spiritual Lies and Truths Surrounding Pregnancy Loss: Week 3

Spiritual Lies and Truths Surrounding Pregnancy Loss: Week 2

This is week two of Spiritual Lies and Truths we experience after Pregnancy Loss. I’ve continued sharing daily videos on Tiktok, Instagram, and Facebook regarding pregnancy loss as part of the series I’m doing for Pregnancy loss awareness month. For each day of the month I address spiritual lies we can begin to believe after … Continue reading Spiritual Lies and Truths Surrounding Pregnancy Loss: Week 2

Spiritual Lies and Truths Surrounding Pregnancy Loss: Week 1

Pregnancy loss isn’t easy to talk about for anyone. For those of us that have survived miscarriage or stillbirth, it can be difficult to put into words the process we go through with grief and how relationships are impacted moving forward; this includes our relationship with God, Jesus, and the Holy Spirit. For those that … Continue reading Spiritual Lies and Truths Surrounding Pregnancy Loss: Week 1

Special Announcement for Pregnancy & Infant Loss Awareness Month

I’ve taken some time away from writing and making videos on the topic of miscarriage and stillbirth for the better part of this year. We experienced our second miscarriage in December of 2020, but I didn’t go through the physical miscarriage until January. Although in theory this should have been a realitively safe process compared … Continue reading Special Announcement for Pregnancy & Infant Loss Awareness Month

God’s Promise of Ezra

Our Pastors sent us this beautiful Gardenia and planter last month. It's so beautiful and fits in perfectly in the garden house. This second loss has been tough in different ways. It’s not a small thing when your church family leans into relationship in the tough seasons. Miscarriage is sometimes a topic that is not … Continue reading God’s Promise of Ezra

Pregnancy After Loss

***Trigger Warning: Miscarriage Mentioned*** Something 2020 taught me was the true meaning of flourishing with God. For me, flourishing with God is to become deeply rooted, established, and immovable in every season. When we lost our daughter in March to incompetent cervix and delivered her stillbirth at 18 weeks, 5 days, I meant it when … Continue reading Pregnancy After Loss

Fresh Voices at Simply Better Birth

I’m happy to announce that Mary Gillet reached out to share my story on her website Simply Better Birth during Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Month. Before starting Simply Better Birth, Mary was the education director at Magnolia Birth Center in Greensboro. It was the first free standing non-hospital owned birth center in town and … Continue reading Fresh Voices at Simply Better Birth

Mourning My Daughter’s Due Date in the Light

I remember finding the band 'Sleeping At Last' 2 years ago and falling in love with their song called Light. It is a wonderful song about becoming a parent. That was also the year God gave me more names in addition to Jacqueline and Ezra; names he gave me back in 2013 & 2014. He … Continue reading Mourning My Daughter’s Due Date in the Light

The Gift of Discernment

I call it as I see it or should I say feel it. Some people call it the gift of discernment or intuition.  Others may call it hindsight bias.  For those who don’t know, hindsight bias is the tendency people have to view events as more predictable than they really are. After an event, people … Continue reading The Gift of Discernment