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From Loss to Life
This blog is written by SIDS America co-founder, Cheryl Darnell, whose son Billy died from SIDS. The thoughts reflected here come from Cheryl's heart to encourage others who are also experiencing the death of a child from SIDS. Her desire is that you might find hope and healing through her words and know that you are not alone.
Anniversaries, Brokenness, Comfort, Death, Doubting God, Encouragement, Faith, Fear, God's Promises, Greandparents, Greif, Grief Counseling, Healing, Holidays, Hope, Loss of Baby, Loss of Faith, Prayer, Scriptures, SIDS, Sudden Infant Death Sundrome, What to Say&What Not to Say
Jesus – The Counselor
An Exposition of Luke 24:13-32
By: Martie Spurgeon
Having lost our daughter to SIDS several years ago I have had countless opportunities to talk with other families who have also experienced the same loss. God has allowed my heartache to be a springboard that has allowed me to counsel other Mother’s who are walking through the deep grief that follows loosing a child. After our daughter died from SIDS in 1997 I felt like my life had shattered right before my very eyes. I lost my way. I needed someone to come alongside and share with me truth – a counselor. As the years have passed and God has healed my heart; He has placed within me a burden to be a counselor to those who are grieving and hurting.
A few weeks ago as I was in church and listening to the message a passage of scripture became so clear to me. I saw it in a whole different...
Encouragement, Faith, Fear, God's Promises, Grief, Grief Counseling, Healing, Holidays, Hope, Loss of Baby, Loss of Hopes & Dreams, SIDS, Sudden Infant Death Syndrome
Written By: Martie Spurgeon
God is a God of order and routine. One of the greatest ways to see God delight of order is to view the changing seasons. Everything follows a pattern. We have spring, then summer, followed by fall and the winter. The cycle continues - month after month, year after year. Sure, we can have season that are mild or extremely hard – but overall we know that after one season follows the next and there is an anticipated pattern in the weather for each season.
God delights in order. He has designed our bodies to function best in a consistency of order. Can you imagine if there were no season changes? How boring that would be! Isn’t it nice to know that Tuesday follows Monday and that Friday comes at the end of the week? Imagine if everyday was a Monday. Now that is a scary thought!
Not only is God a God of order; but He has designed us and our bodies to...