This is the season when our faith communities wait again to celebrate the birth of Jesus who walked among us. Ours is the story of a young mother to whom an angel declared, “You have found favor with God!” Ours is the story of a young mother who, at the news of her pregnancy, sang out, “all generations shall call me blessed.”
Yet, our congregations are filled with people whose stories are tangled with infertility, miscarriages, and the death of infants; who yearn for the blessing that Mary claims; who wonder how to reconcile their faith in a loving God with their loss of hope, with their fear.
Project Pomegranate provides spiritual resources about fertility grief for those who are grieving, and for the communities that gather to offer support and love. We travel to present to groups of pastors and lay leaders. We have published a powerful book of devotions: Though the Darkness Gather Round: Devotions about Infertility, Miscarriage, and Infant Loss. Our website provides resources for worship services or services of grief and hope, reviews of relevant literature, and handouts from our presentations. Our blog contains stories and insights from men and women all over the country who have faced fertility grief. And through Facebook, we stay connected and share in conversations that are happening all around us and around the world.
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