I have had this passage on my mind for quite a while now, And we did travel and wade through much affliction in the…
For now, a pill is what is making my brain and body bearable for my spirit. For now, the healing power of God has not removed my body’s weaknesses but enabled me to thrive in spite of them. It is not the healing I wanted or expected, but it is a healing of sorts.
Today’s Virtual Book Tour post comes from Brittney at Notes from a Been-There Mom. Brittney has shared some of her journey on our blog before–the birth story of her fourth baby, born with a cleft palate. Since that birth, she has experienced multiple heart-breaking miscarriages.
Sometimes, playing my little “Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star” feels like the hardest thing in the world. And the Master’s request, “Don’t quit. Keep playing,” feels like the tallest order ever given. Endure to the end? Really? I so often respond, as Moses did, “It is too heavy for me,” and in my darkest moments, “Kill me, I pray thee.” But grace. Grace.
Kylie shares how our book helped her come to peace with unexpected and traumatic changes in her first birth experience.
I love Meg’s post for our Virtual Book Tour. It’s all about the angels who have aided her in her motherhood journey.
I have a friend who recently had surgery. They inserted screws and because of a certain situation they had to insert them in a…
Ashlee’s post is about stories and journeys, coming to terms with loss, and transformation and rebirth.