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Heaven’s Hands exists to extend a hand to suffering people who have experienced loss during pregnancy. Read some of the personal experiences others have had.

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on Monday, 15 July 2013. Posted in Testimonies

On June 14, 1995, I received a page from my wife. I called, and she said something was wrong. We went to the doctor immediately. Not unusual for Kaitlyn, we could not hear her heartbeat.

They sent us next door to the hospital. As soon as the picture hit the ultrasound screen, I knew our little girl was gone. After being sent back to our doctor's office, it was confirmed. Kaitlyn was gone. 

My wife was 22 weeks pregnant.  The only support we had were the nurses during delivery and our doctor. We were given a pamphlet that helped with the process of what to do but not the healing. We each leaned on God for support and comfort.

I am so happy that Heaven's Hands is now in place to help support those who need help in the healing process. 

– Scott


on Saturday, 29 June 2013. Posted in Testimonies

"My husband and I became pregnant with our highly-anticipated first child.

We were excitedly planning a nursery and names when I started having some irregular symptoms. After a few weeks of waiting, an ultrasound and blood tests confirmed I was miscarrying at eight weeks along.

We have never known such pain of sadness and disappointment. Through this journey though, we have found love, hope, and encouragement. It is now our desire -- and part of our healing process -- to offer  this same hope to others faced with similar situations."




on Saturday, 29 June 2013. Posted in Testimonies

"Halfway through a perfect pregnancy, I received shocking news that my baby did not have a heartbeat.

I had to be induced and delivered my little boy, Hudson, at only 19½ weeks. My husband and I were faced with making huge decisions in the most devastating time of our lives.

We had plans to pick out baby bedding and a ‘coming-home’ outfit . . . not a burial plot. Our world had fallen apart, and we were left to pick up the pieces and try to make sense of it all.

I am so thankful for those who rallied around us during this time and for the healing that took place as we were able to share openly about the pain we were facing."