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From the Back Cover:
Discover unexpected hope in the midst of your loss
No grief is quite like the pain that follows pregnancy and infant loss. For any woman who feels alone, full of doubt, and overwhelmed with sorrow, this book guides you on a journey to experience the transforming hope of the gospel after losing your baby.
Built on new research from interviews with more than four hundred loss moms, Miscarried Hope helps you move through the Five Stages of Hope. By exploring the profound parallels between pregnancy and infant loss and Holy Week, Rachel invites you to follow in the footsteps of Jesus's disciples as they grieved his death, waited in the silence, and rediscovered hope in his resurrection.
With biblical truth and practical comforts for coping with the day-to-day pain of loss, Miscarried Hope leads you along a gentle road to healing.
"I wish I had this book when we lost our baby. What a gift it is to have a friend like Rachel hold our hands as we wrestle, doubt, grieve, and come around to hope once again."--Alyssa Bethke, cofounder of Family Teams and author of Satisfied and Loved that Lasts
"Miscarried Hope is the book I wish I had as I stumbled through my own messy journey of loss. As you read, take your time--there's a fount of comfort and truth on every page!"--Nicole Zasowski, marriage and family therapist and author of What If It's Wonderful?
"Miscarried Hope invited me on a gentle journey toward healing. As a mom who has experienced loss, I've lacked language for my pain. Now I have the words."--Sandy Wickham, colead pastor at Park Hill Church
"This will be a balm to grieving Christian moms."--Publishers Weekly
About the Author Rachel Lohman holds a master's degree in theology and ministry from Fuller Theological Seminary. She is a pastor, speaker, and founder of Hope Again Collective, a handmade jewelry line that shares the stories of loss moms. Rachel is a mother to two living children and one in heaven. She and her husband, Mark, currently lead a bilingual church in Southern California. Learn more at www.rachellohman.com