Praying through Reproductive Loss

If you haven't already, I hope you'll read Christopher Pramuk's moving article on reproductive loss in the current issue. And if you're so moved, join the ongoing conversation in the article comments boxes. Professor Pramuk has graciously agreed to take part in the discussion.

For more resources on dealing with reproductive loss, see this selection of offerings.

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Tim Reidy

 

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Juan Lino
7 years 5 months ago
Tim - I want to thank you for mentioning that incredible article - I would have never read it if you had not written about it.  I will post my comments there.  Thanks again.

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