Remembering Our Babies Seminar
Maybe you heard, “At least you were only 8 weeks along.” Or, “Why don’t you just get over it?” Or maybe even, “Why are you sad? This was your choice, right?”
So, instead of being able to bury your baby, you felt pressured into burying your grief.
With God, we can change that.
God loves His creation. He loves the babies that died in the womb.
God loves YOU.
Join us in this seminar for a time of:
Comfort ~ Healing ~ Freedom ~ Wholeness
Burying the remains of human beings is Biblical and carries BLESSINGS. Though you were denied this possibility in the natural, by attending this seminar, you will be able to honor your baby’s life in a tangible way (and perhaps symbolically bury your baby at a memorial (preferably at a gravesite).
Above, sample grave marker. Actual may vary.
Make arrangements to attend a Remembering Our Babies Seminar.
Some of the seminar topics planned include:• Naming the children• The importance of validation• The role of memorials• Unprocessed grief• Guilt• Forgiveness• Memorial service• Graveside (where available) committal service
Whether you* had any pregnancy loss (miscarriage, stillbirth, abortion, etc.):
We trust that God will use the time you spend in a Remembering Our Babies Seminar to help heal your broken heart, right an injustice, and/or free you from condemnation.
*Regardless of religious preferences, we invite all parents, grandparents, siblings, step-relatives, or other relatives who have felt this sting of death, to participate in this seminar. Dates and times of the seminars listed below.
Miscarriage Moms For Life offers community memorials or, where available, gravesite memorials. But, in order to fully benefit from the memorial, we strongly recommend participating in our seminars. Our seminars are reasonably-priced (free with venue and meal sponsorships and fundraising activities) in an effort to gain maximum community participation.
Space is limited. Pre-registration is required.
Other potential seminar dates (barring conflicts) include:
October 26, 2019; November 23 or 30, 2019, any Saturday in December 2019 and most Sundays.
**Currently, we only have a memorial planned in Newberry, SC. HOWEVER, we are looking to expand into other communities.