Gospel-driven conversations on hope in the heartache, where two child-loss mamas discuss suffering and sanctification. No matter what shape your suffering takes, we invite you to join us in authentic conversation as we navigate through the trials of this life, keeping our eyes fixed on the hope of heaven.
Sunlight in December with Kristin Hernandez
If God is good, why is there so much suffering in the world? If God is good, why did my babies die?
Today we're chatting all things Sunlight in December: A Mother's Story of Finding the Goodness of God in the Storm of Grief with our very own Kristin Hernandez. It's been one month since the book launch, and we're having a conversation about the entire book writing process- from the idea for the book, to challenges and discoveries made while writing it, to where Kristin hopes things will go from here.
If you, or someone you're close to, has walked through infertility, miscarriages, and/or the loss of an infant, you'll want to keep a copy of this powerful memoir about death, doubt, and hope; you'll also want to tune into today's episode to discover more about Kristin's heart for the book, and stay for a fun book-themed lightening round to close things out!
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How should we approach counseling as believers? What does the Bible say about counseling and how can we find a counselor that is a good fit? In today's episode, we're sharing our personal experiences with counseling, exploring ways to find a counselor who is a good fit, and providing Biblical encouragement to consider when seeking support.
Moving Through Grief
In this episode on Moving Through Grief, we share the connection between fitness + grief, what types of fitness formats are recommended for the griever, and what about when you’re just not motivated?
Grief These Days
Hey Through the Lens friends, we definitely went radio silent there for a bit but we are back on the airwaves and kicking things off with a conversation about Grief These Days. Tune in as Kristin and Holly discuss what our grief looks like these days in this pandemic season and 6 years out from the losses of our sons. Everything from counseling to books and what’s making us happy these days as we continue to lament, hope, and process our suffering through the lens of the Gospel.
In this episode we ask about your counseling experience; email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or drop us a private message over @throughthelenspodcast on IG.
Holding Onto Hope by Nancy Guthrie
Walking Through Fire by Vaneetha Risner
When God Weeps by Joni Eareckson Tada
Growing and Grieving with 12x Loss Mama Christy Miller | Ep. 44
12 losses. That's what mama Christy Miller has lived and learned through, and today we get to hear her story of growing and grieving, clinging to Christ, the hope of heaven, and the joy + peace on THIS side of eternity that can only be provided by way of the Holy Spirit.
From Apathy to Empathy | Ep. 43
Here is a brief overview of how I personally have experienced growth in empathy due to my own personal trials, and how I'm pursuing continued growth in empathy as I grow in learning and love for my neighbors who are different from me.
Christ-centered hope after pregnancy loss
After losing my daughter stillborn at 24 weeks, I have found so much comfort in the hope of Heaven and my faith in Jesus. I am so grateful that I met Kristin and that she has this Gospel-focused podcast available for grieving moms. 💖
So glad I found this podcast
I love listening to this podcast. As a mom who lost her baby at 17 weeks pregnant not too long ago, sometimes I find myself saying “yes, exactly” because I resonate so much with the conversation. I really love the topics discussed and hard questions they tackle as well.
Exactly What My Heart Needs
This podcast has been exactly what my heart needs during this time of recovering from two consecutive pregnancy losses. These women speak first hand into my sorrow and point me back to Jesus. I love how they pray before each episode and constantly point back to the gospel. They truly know where our hope is found. Love them so much!