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When the anticipation of your child’s birth turns into the grief of miscarriage, tubal pregnancy, stillbirth, or early infant death, no words on earth can ease your loss. Read more
This compassionate book acts as a daily devotional companion to hurting people. Designed for adult readers of all ages and stages in the grieving... Read more
Whether you recently tried to have a child or have struggled for years to conceive, Longing for a Child is a compassionate companion full of hope... Read more

From the Hopelifters Blog

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Look Up!

Since my last post I’ve been in a season of transition. I’ve slowed my pace, released some of my work, activities and relationships in order to examine my life, replenish, and reconnect with God and my family after several months of extreme schedules and circumstances in my life. I declared “40 days of renewal” for…

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Will Work For Food

Will work for food This thought startled me as I walked into the grocery store on Wednesday, January 8 for my daily coffee and time with God.  When the thought came again a few minutes later, I knew it was God.  I’d been praying for God to provide scholarship funds for many spiritually hungry people…

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Meaningful Memory

Give up your seat!   I had no idea how this simple thought would start a chain reaction of connections and spreading hope, ultimately making a memory for me and many others that ranks as one of my favorites in 2013.   I was seated on a plane minutes before takeoff a few days before Christmas. My…

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A Christmas Gift From The Heart

Guest Blog By Alice Stephens We had been gathering small gifts and wrapping them for weeks prior to the Christmas party. My sister Pat, a mother of eight, worked full time and still took time to plan an annual trek to the local nursing home to play the piano, sing carols and make sure everyone…

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Hope Rocks

One Thanksgiving I surprised our neighbors with a gift I called “Hope Rocks”. It included: a bag of rocks, a sharpie, and a glass bowl I could tell by their puzzled look I needed to explain. So I shared about our family’s outing the previous Thanksgiving when we exchanged formal dining for quad riding and…