Sue Hooley

“Having a miscarriage is tough. It’s a walk through a valley of sudden change, ill health, and emotional roller coasters. It helps to know others have been there. Often you don’t realize how many understand. It helps to share with a friend. A Time to be Borne will be as a friend, sharing comfort through the valley.”
—Mary Ellen Beachy

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Woman, how divine your mission!” penned the poet W. R. Wallace, “for the hand that rocks the cradle is the hand that rules the world.” But rocking the cradle is not always an easy task, for many mothers find the joy and wonder of a baby’s birth to be offset by weariness, frustration and a lack of time or energy for spiritual nourishment. The Hand that Rocks the Cradle was birthed because of the more complete truth that “the hand that rocks the cradle needs the Hand that rules the world.”
With the arrival of your child, your life has changed forever. You’ve felt its highs and lows. And whether this is your first child or your fifth, you face added adjustments and responsibilities. More than ever, you need the Hand of the One Who rules the world—Jesus Christ.

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