“The way of the righteous is like the first gleam of dawn, which shines ever brighter until the full light of day.” Proverbs 4:18

After 4 heartbreaking miscarriages, with no living children yet, my journey sometimes feels like stumbling along a boulder-strewn road at night, in a world full of brokenness and loss…

But as I cling to God in the midst of grief, I have to remember that I’m not at the end of the story yet

Because over on the horizon, there’s a soft gleam of light that whispers this night is almost over and the daylight of Jesus’ return is coming.

Join me in reflecting on those moments which, like the first rays of dawn stealing across a dark landscape, remind us of God’s Love in the very midst of grief and loss.


Read my favorite blog post here:
AcaciaTree croppedWhen I Don’t Know What To Believe Anymore
When life came crashing down and left me feeling shattered, I needed tangible proof of God’s Love. Woven into the Jewish tabernacle and the Acacia tree is such a clear picture of Jesus on the cross, with a whiplashed back and a crown of thorns…


Blog Posts that share some of my personal story:

God Remembers Our Losses

God Remembers Our Losses
I felt like God had left me alone to struggle through my grief from 3 miscarriages. But 3 miracles on Mother’s Day showed me so clearly that God understands the loss we experience, and cares deeply about our hearts.

Providence and Jubilee

Providence and Jubilee- My First Miscarriage
As we remember the losses we have experienced, may we also remember that we have a loving God, whose hand we can hold in the midst of the brokenness in this world.


299HWhen The Pain Doesn’t Make Sense
When the pain doesn’t make sense, what if I have a deeper problem going on? One that God is always helping me with, and not even the deepest pain in my life can stop Him from helping me?