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By Janet Nicolson,NZ, Feb 28 2017
Thoughtfully presented with candour, Beverley shares her story of losing four babies prematurely. The significance of these events was realised by a Hospital Chaplain,after the death of her husband. With his support, Beverley was able to plan and have a Memorial Service for her babies,an outline of which is presented in her book. Beverley experiences a remarkable presence of God as she brings closure during the service, after many years of carrying her grief. God has been ever mindful and faithful. Many women and men, whether they have experienced the loss of their baby or not, will be blessed by reading this touching story.
Powerful, yet sensitive
By Babs, Dec 16 2016
Losing a baby is one of the most painful and traumatic events a woman will ever face. In this book Bev courageously retells her personal journey in an open and honest style; she shares her feeling and emotions as well as the experience of losing four precious babies. As you read through the book you will see how God transformed Bev's unresolved sorrow and pain to one of grace and freedom during the most unexpected time in her life. What I like about the book is that it doesn't just tell a story, it also very practical. Bev takes you through the 7 Steps to Healing and Recovery, as well as the Memorial Service for the babies she lost, leaving you with hope and the promise of a new beginning. Recommended for anyone who has ever had a miscarriage or infant death; also for the families and friends of anyone who has had this experience.