The Mother’s Day Divide

“Happy Mother’s Day!” people will exclaim this coming Sunday. Motherhood is so worth celebrating, but what if it’s not a “happy” Mother’s Day for you?

There are many reasons Mother’s Day might be a difficult day for you. Today’s post is not a practical “how-to”; instead you will find permission to grieve and a space to discover glimpses of joy in the midst of that grief.

If you are grieving during this season, know that you are not alone. Let us know how we can pray for you.

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Help me…

Today’s post is a “Moment of Prayer” – designed to take less than 1 minute. This prayer was originally prayed by Halee almost two weeks after the death of their son.

If you are grieving, maybe you can connect with these words – if you are not, please pray these words on behalf of a grieving person.

Sometimes the only words we can utter to God in the midst of grief is, “Help me…”

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The Grieving Person’s Christmas Guide

It’s difficult to know how to meander Christmas when you’re just not feeling it. As someone who has meandered many holidays with grief looming overhead, today I am sharing spiritual encouragement and practical tips on how to embrace your grief while having a deep appreciation for this season.

What encouragement or tips do you have for grieving well through the holidays?

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