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When Pregnancy Ends with Sadness Instead of Joy

The loss of a baby is deeply painful, and the grief that follows can feel all-consuming. Our hearts go out to anyone who has suffered this tragedy, and we want to help. It’s our hope that these resources will bring you a measure of solace and encouragement.

We Lost Our Baby, but We Didn't Want to Lose Our Marriage

Men and women tend to grieve differently; understanding those differences helped us make it through.

Embracing Hope After a Miscarriage

We want to help you embrace hope as you do the hard work of grieving in the painful aftermath of miscarriage.

Share Pregnancy & Infant Loss Support

Share Pregnancy & Infant Loss Support is a community for anyone who experiences the tragic death of a baby. We often serve parents, grandparents, siblings, and others in the family unit, as well as the professionals who care for grieving families.

Empty Arms

I m not picking up a heartbeat. These are the most dreaded words an expectant mother can hear. As joy and anticipation dissolve into confusion and grief, painful questions refuse to go away: Why me? Did I do something wrong? How will this affect my ability to have a family? What do I say to my children without scaring them?

I am Fruitful

Encouragement through infertility, loss, and miscarriage. Inspiring hope and faith while ttc trying to conceive.

How to Care for Women Who Have Miscarried

There is no magic bullet that can make the pain of having a miscarriage disappear. However, in my quest to love women who have miscarried, and as a woman who has experienced it, there are a few comforting ways the Lord uses his people to care for one another.

Embracing the Pain of Losing a Child

Christa Black shares her journey after the loss of her daughter to anencephaly.

Telling Young Children About Miscarriage

I'm eager to tell my two young daughters that I'm pregnant, but I'm concerned I may miscarry. When is the best time to tell my daughters about the pregnancy, and what should I say if a miscarriage occurs?

Caleb Ministries

Caleb Ministries ministers to women and families who have lost a baby through miscarriage, stillbirth, early-infant death, or women who struggle with infertility or who are post-abortive. We hope you will take the time and navigate around and be blessed by others who have walked in your shoes.

Hope for Today, Promises for Tomorrow

No mother ever expects to grieve the death of her child before or immediately after the child is born. But the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences reports that as many as 31 percent of all pregnancies end in miscarriage, stillbirth, or inf

Umbrella Ministries

Umbrella Ministries is a non-denominational ministry, with the sole mission to offer comfort, hope, and encouragement to mothers who have suffered the loss of a child.

Bye Bye, Pebble Baby

I was seven weeks and six days pregnant. And something didn't feel quite right.

The Compassionate Friends

The Compassionate Friends non-profit organization exists to provide friendship, understanding, and hope to those grieving the loss of a child.

Miscarriage, stillbirth and infant loss support

M.E.N.D. (Mommies Enduring Neonatal Death) is a Christian, non-profit
organization that reaches out to families who have suffered the loss of a
baby through miscarriage, stillbirth, or early infant death.

Naomi's Circle

Naomi's Circle is a gathering place for parents who have lost babies during pregnancy (through miscarriage or stillbirth) or during the first year after birth.

5 Things God Is Teaching Us through Miscarriage

Abbey Wedgeworth shares what she is learning about God in the midst of a miscarriage.

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