I'm so honored to have been asked by Sarah Eslinger to write for In The Everyday – a gorgeous blog run by 3 wives, mothers, and writers who have created a place that encourages women to live their lives in a way that points back to Christ and brings Him glory. I'm blessed to know Sarah personally, and she has truly inspired and motivated me in so many areas of my life and my walk with the Lord. If you haven't already, you should check them out!
In this article, I share about asking God tough questions, protecting our identities, and praising God despite our circumstances– and how those 3 things propelled me into a deeper relationship with the Lord during my miscarriages.
My season of miscarriages and delayed fertility was one of the hardest things I’ve ever gone through. It’s a heavy topic, but I want to start by saying that there’s nothing that cannot be revived in your life, and nothing is wasted if we allow God into those heavy places. Asking difficult questions, claiming your identity, and praising God are all crucial when going through miscarriage and infant loss, and I’m so honored to be able to share my experience with you.
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