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Over All

Over All

Today’s post is short and sweet. I just wanted to send an encouraging song and a quote for you to ponder. Yesterday, the song “Over All” by Phil Wickham kept playing over in my head or what some of us Christians say, “A song keeps singing in my spirit.”  It has become a morning and […]

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Morning Prayer - Miscarriage/Stillbirth

Morning Prayer – Miscarriage/Stillbirth

The month of October marks National Pregnancy & Infant Loss Awareness month here in the United States. We here at Dancing Upon Barren Land ministry want you to know someone cares, someone recognizes your loss, whether it was an early miscarriage or  infant loss. We truly care. Included here in this post is a Biblically […]

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A Story of PCOS

A Story of PCOS

| Devotionals | Sep. 16, 2014

Lacey & Michael and their two sons. Photo credit: Eric Forsythe of Forsythe Fotography Michael and I met in 5th grade Sunday school class; he was the quiet one and I was the social butterfly.  We began dating the summer between 9th and 10th grade.  Michael proposed and we were married on August 18, 2001. […]

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Fertility Fact Friday

Fertility Fact Friday

  September marks PCOS Awareness month. If you are not familiar with PCOS, otherwise known as Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome it is the most common endocrine disorder in females. It can severely block your chances to conceive a child. Common Symptoms: Irregular Menstrual Cycle Weight Gain or difficulty losing weight Hirsutism – excess hair growth on […]

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Seeds of Talent

Seeds of Talent

| Devotionals | Sep. 9, 2014

If you’ve been following along on the blog you’ve probably noticed a series I’ve been writing, Living Life While You Wait. Today, marks part three of the series, Seeds of Talent. I’ve been taking parts of my story and posting them in this space. I hope they’ve been and are an encouragement to you. If […]

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