By: Mary Farr A Reason to Hope I said to the night that stood at the gate of the new year, “Give me a light that I might tread safely into the dark and unknown.” And a voice said in reply, “Put your hand into the hand of the one

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What We Keep In Our Hearts

By: JoAnn Cantrell It was a cold day in April when our infant twin boys arrived too soon, after I had carried them nearly six months. Ironically, it was the same time of year that the crocuses were making their comeback after a harsh winter. Like the flowers, my babies

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surviving the holidays

Surviving The Holidays

By: Rose Carlson, Share Program Director For most people, thinking about the holidays brings thoughts of joyous celebrations with family and friends. But for someone who has had a baby die, thinking about the holidays brings on feelings of dread instead of feelings of excitement. A time that you may

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