Was my miscarriage caused by something I ate, drank, thought, or did -- or something I didn't eat, drink, think, or do? In this study, I'll show you how I confronted fears, regrets, and myths associated with my miscarriage. I'll share my a-ha moment of healing by considering Jesus's words. I'll discuss how I believe Jesus dealt with illness and suffering. I'll invite you to hear my story of miscarriage. I'll give you tips on comforting other women who have been confused and devastated by miscarriage.
This Bible study contains study materials as well as audios that cover study materials and stories from my own life. I hope this course gives you comfort but just as important, helps you to use your experience with miscarriage to encourage and comfort other moms.
Note: This course is not intended to substitute for medical and/or professional counseling.
I'm here to help you experience a new way of living, thinking, and doing as a Christian.
I've come to understand that experiencing the world and interacting with the people can be transformative. Doing things and discussing our experiences, honestly and kindly, can lead to deeper understanding of who we are, who our neighbor is, and who God is - and how he's calling us to act.
So much, that is, too much, of our lives are transactional, even in church. Tasks are assigned and celebrated upon completion while relationships, genuine friendships, are dismissed as unimportant and irrelevant to our cause -- except, sometimes, within our already established circle of companions.
As far as my credentials, I have participated in and facilitated Bible studies, small groups, and church teams. I've led the strategic planning process at my church and developed a platform for its small group ministry. In the community, I host the occasional bike ride and serve as assistant organizer for a 500+ member community cycling group. However, I am NOT a theologian. I believe in grace, not works, and being reconciled with God through Jesus.