The Waiting Room

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Our willingness to wait reveals the value we place on the object we are waiting for. Charles Stanley

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The waiting room is a gathering of women who have gone through baby loss and/or trusting God for their own babies. It is a room where we wait in worship, on God’s word and in hope.

It is a place of vision, instruction, surrender and discernment.

In the waiting room, women will find peace, strength, encouragement and grow in faith.

Join us for our first meet up, on Saturday 17 July from 8pm to 9pm for a time in God's presence, focus on His word and hear testimonies from women who have walked in your shoes.

The event will be held on Zoom. Joining details will be shared a day before the event.

We are looking forward to meeting you.

But those who trust in the Lord for help will find their strength renewed. They will rise on wings like eagles ; they will run and not get weary; they will walk and won't grow tired. Isaiah 40:31

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Organiser Always a Mum

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Always a Mum (AaM) is for any woman who has experienced the loss of a baby, is trying to conceive or trying again for a baby.  AaM was born on the 15th of October, 2011 by Funke  who turned her own life around from the tragedy of losing two babies, into an initiative that helps other mothers with this painful issue. She also raises awareness and campaigns on maternal and neonatal issues.  Her first book ‘Always a Mum; How I survived my baby loss’ addresses issues of motherhood in relation to loss, Faith and loss, living again after her loss and finding purpose in her pain.

Funke is grateful for the comfort  she received. In turn she would like to reach out to other women (and men) who are trying to make sense of their pain, walk alongside them and be part of those that make them smile again.

At AaM we aim to be real and encouraging in the same vein. You are welcome on board.

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