Miscarriage, Still birth, and Newborn death

Several books are available at our office for your convenience. Please contact us at (316) 685-5240 or stop by the office for a copy.

Additional Resources:

Whether you are grieving a very recent loss or one that is years old, these resources are meant to show solidarity with your suffering and provide advice to find spiritual and physical peace. 

After Miscarriage: A Catholic Woman’s Companion to Healing and Hope
by Karen Edmisten

Karen Edmisten has written an outstanding book that delves deep into the raw emotions accompanying miscarriage and newborn death and reassures women that hope and healing will come. Speaking from the perspective of someone who has experienced multiple miscarriages herself, the author shares from her personal journals and the stories of others to illustrate the path of grief and practical and spiritual advice for surviving this tragedy.

An Empty Cradle, a Full Heart
by Christine Lafser

Often the best place to turn to in advice during a unimaginably difficult time is to those who have survived your situation before. Written specifically for those grieving a miscarriage, stillbirth, or infant death, An Empty Cradle, a Full Heart offers scripture and personal narratives to ensure parents that they are not alone and answers to their grief exist.

Memories Too Few: A Letter to Parents about Pregnancy Loss
by Kathy Burns

Memories Too Few is a book recommended by many Christian book sites to grieving parents suffering a miscarriage, stillbirth, or newborn death. Author Kathy Burns writes personally and sincerely in an attempt to connect with the reader and promote feelings of peace and comfort.

I’ll Hold You In Heaven
by Jack Hayford 

I'll Hold You In Heaven provides many answers to the troubling questions that are asked by parent's suffering a miscarriage. He takes these answers one by one and illustrates them with scripture and compassionate understanding.