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This Sunday I was sitting in an office at the counseling center where Aaron works while I waited for him to finish counseling. I nestled into a couch in one of the offices. My plan was to make a dent in some reading I needed to get done. I pulled out my kindle and while my […]

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It’s been a while since I wrote a Waiting for Grace post here on my blog. During my Waiting for Grace hiatus here I have written a little bit for Dancing Upon Barren Land. But there’s an event coming up next month that has the whole baby situation on the fore-front of my mind. I’m […]

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I was sitting at my desk at work when I heard Adam say, “Hey, come take a look at this.” I rolled my chair around the corner to see what he wanted me to look at on his computer. On the screen was a sign that his wife, Kacie, had made for their house. A […]

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Hannah has been asking me to write something on her blog for a long time and I have always been reluctant to do so because one, I am not talented with writing like my beautiful wife. I am a talker not a writer (which is why she most definitely helped with the editing of this […]

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Five o’clock was quickly approaching on a Thursday evening. It was the first Thursday of the month which meant it was time for the HOPE Infertility Support Group at Lakewood Church. These meetings are always a highlight of my month. I finished up my to-do list at work and promptly left at 5pm. Since I […]

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I’ve just started doing a Bible study with HOPE, the infertility support group I’ve been going to at Lakewood. The book is called Surviving Infertility: What the Bible Says About Your Baby Hunger by Beth Forbus. We are only on the second chapter but I can already feel the difference this is making in my […]

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I’ve been debating about whether or not I should share this story online because I’m not sure if it may be too much information. After all, when I think of people who may be reading this (my pastor, a future HR manager, my boss) it almost makes me embarrassed to tell this story online. Almost. […]

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