The Comfort Booklet was written by families who have lost a child or have a child with a serious illness, who have been comforted by our Lord Jesus Christ, and with that comfort desire to comfort others through Christ.  They have graciously shared their hearts.

Please look for a message from the Booklet on our social media every Tuesday.

May God comfort you…

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It has been almost 16 years since my son, Hunter left this earth for his heavenly home. Sometimes it feels like just yesterday when we said, “goodbye”. Sometimes it feels like a thousand years. I guess that’s the ebb and flow of grief. I’m not really sure, but…

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How Long?

I’ve been waiting for what seems like an eternity to receive the answer to this desperate cry.

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The Valley

I have lived through my worst nightmare. Truth be told, my nightmares never even came close to the reality of watching my son suffer through a terminal disease.

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Our Jackson, Our Story

Our Jackson was born a beautiful and healthy baby boy. Full term, no complications. So as new parents of a perfectly healthy baby, when we started to notice unusual behaviors 5 months later, we naturally assumed this must be a result of simple childhood illnesses.

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When our daughter, Anna, was diagnosed with Krabbe Disease, it felt like all of my months of parenting experience completely went out the window.

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Strong and Courageous

As parents, we just dive in and do our absolute best in providing the ultimate care for our child’s medical needs.

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Christ in The Journey

You are not alone.

I wish I could be there to hold your hand and listen. I wish I could be there to give you a hug, pray with you and tell you it will be alright and that I understand.

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The Promise of Eternity

I was mesmerized when I first laid eyes on Tori. My heart was burst-ing with joy and pride as I admired her beautiful features and praised God for her health. Never did it occur to me that her time with us would possibly be short.

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Letting Go of "Why?"

My son Dylan died 12 years ago today (January 6th). Dylan was diagnosed with Krabbe Disease when he was 8 months old, and he lived to be almost 5 years old. During that four-year period, I railed at God. I was angry. Why?

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Goodbye For Now

April 29th, 1997, was a warm spring day that brought sunshine and hope for warmer days to come. How could I have ever imagined I would have to say, “Goodbye for now,” to our dear sweet Benjamin, our baby son who was just 6 1/2 weeks old and was taken from us in a horrific auto accident in which I was the driver and our two eldest children survived?

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The Lord Provides

I’m sure this finds you in the trenches of unbearable pain that feels like you’re drowning over and over again, without any hope of com-ing up for air.

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Now I See

It was a beautiful summer day in 1996, when I looked up to the endless blue sky, wondering if this life I was living was all there was.

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From the time our daughter, Jody, was diagnosed at nearly the age of two until her last breath, I knew that the future of our family would be devastating, incomprehensible and uncertain.

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He Chose Me

How did I become a mom to not just one angel… But two angels?
I have asked that question so many times over the years.

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God Feels Absent

In the darkness of Judson’s disease and in his passing, there were many times I felt as though God was absent and my prayers were bouncing off the ceiling of our home, falling on deaf or distant ears.

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He Will Carry You

Have you ever read the poem that ends with this… “He whispered, ‘My precious child, I love you and will never leave you; never, ever, during your trials and testings. When you saw only one set of foot-prints, it was then that I carried you.’”?

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