Walking with Mary

And a sword will pierce your own soul, alsoMary, what could you have thought of this when prophets spoke of your son’s future, and of your own? It is possible that you knew of your son’s future Passion and death, but could you truly know, as in, understand, the events that would transpire years later? … More Walking with Mary

National Infertility Awareness Week – Day 7

Today is the final day of National Infertility Awareness Week and we reflect on suffering and infertility and how family, friends, pastors, physicians and others can help those struggling to feel supported. Thank you for visiting us this week, and know that we are here for you beyond this time. You are not alone! Infertility Fact:About 25% of infertile couples have … More National Infertility Awareness Week – Day 7

National Infertility Awareness Week – Day 6

It is is Day 6 of National Infertility Awareness Week and we reflect on #miscarriage and #infertility. Today, let’s remember that there are mothers and fathers all around us, many of whom carry the grief of child loss. 🙏❤️ Infertility Fact:As many as 50% of all pregnancies end in miscarriage, most often before a woman misses a menstrual period or … More National Infertility Awareness Week – Day 6

National Infertility Awareness Week – Day 5

Today is Day 5 of National Infertility Awareness Week, and we are reminded that those couples who married later in life feel particularly pressured as they try to conceive and encounter difficulty. Let us pray for them and treat them with sensitivity. ❤️🙏 Infertility Fact:The decline in female fertility begins at age 32, and increases significantly from … More National Infertility Awareness Week – Day 5

National Infertility Awareness Week – Day 4

Today is Day 4 of National Infertility Awareness Week and we offer a reflection on marriage and infertility. Let’s pray for strengthening of all marriages! 🙏🙏  Infertility Fact:Infertility is not always “a woman’s problem.” Approximately one-third of infertility cases are caused by male reproductive issues, one-third by female reproductive issues, and one-third by both male and female reproductive issues or by unknown … More National Infertility Awareness Week – Day 4

National Infertility Awareness Week – Day 3

Today is Day 3 of #NationalInfertilityAwarenessWeek, and we offer a reflection on prayer and infertility. Please share with your pastor, family and friends, so that they may better accompany you in your walk. You are not alone!  Infertility Fact:When couples struggling with infertility experience extreme difficulties in their journey, it is common that they reach out asking for assistance … More National Infertility Awareness Week – Day 3

National Infertility Awareness Week – Day 2

Today is Day 2 of National Infertility Awareness Week. You are not alone! #NIAW2020 #infertility Infertility Fact:Experiencing infertility is experiencing grief. Grief is not only for death, but also is the response to other forms of loss. Infertility often involves the loss of dreams, plans, goals, life experiences, community, and a sense of belonging. Infertility Awareness:Couples suffering … More National Infertility Awareness Week – Day 2

National Infertility Awareness Week – Day 1

National Infertility Awareness Week begins today – please consider sharing our posts with your community. You are not alone! 🙏❤️✝️#infertility Infertility Fact:Women experiencing infertility have emotional stress and depression levels equivalent to cancer and cardiac rehabilitation patients (Journal of Pyschosomatic Obstetrics and Gynecology, 1993). Infertility Awareness:Infertility impacts so many aspects of life: finances, physical health, sexual … More National Infertility Awareness Week – Day 1

National Infertility Awareness Week – Preview

National Infertility Awareness Week begins tomorrow, but today we are bringing you a preview post! Please consider sharing in your network so that others may know they are not alone. 🙏❤️ Infertility Fact:Approximately 1 in 8 couples have trouble getting pregnant or sustaining a pregnancy (CDC). A couple aged 29 to 33 with healthy reproductive systems … More National Infertility Awareness Week – Preview