For women who have lost a baby through miscarriage or stillbirth, the news that they are expecting again can bring about anxiety, fear, and doubt. How do you imagine a positive outcome after experiencing a pregnancy loss? Jenny Albers shares her experience with pregnancy loss and offers encouragement to moms who are expecting again after a loss in a new devotional, "Courageously Expecting, 30 Days of Encouragement for Pregnancy after Loss." Jenny offers insight for the mom that's expecting and for the family and friends that seek to comfort and encourage her.
How can the community of first-century believers be an answer to some of the youth ministry issues today? Heather Quiroz will join Ken and Deb to talk about her faith journey and how she discovered that knowing the Jewish roots of our faith in Jesus provides a way forward in youth ministry discipleship. Join this fascinating conversation and hear how a life-changing experience in Israel was the spark for this transformative First Century Youth Ministry.
Jenny Albers is passionate about sharing her own experience with pregnancy loss and life after to encourage other women during their difficult journey of loss and pregnancy after loss. She is a contributor for Pregnancy After Loss Support, where she writes about these topics. She also contributes to Her View from Home, a site focused on motherhood, marriage, faith, and grief. She calls South Dakota home, where she lives with her husband and two living children.
Heather loves Jesus, youth ministry, laughing at silly things, and eating at Indian lunch buffets. She’s the wife of Rodrigo and is a gifted teacher and speaker with over fifteen years of youth ministry experience. She and her husband recently welcomed a baby girl to their family. Heather is learning to speak Spanish (hola) and is a long-time youth worker with a passion for the Jewish roots of the Christian faith. She also works as a staff consultant with Ministry Architects and holds a master’s degree in youth ministry leadership from Huntington University. Her website is www.firstcenturyyouthministry.com.