Physical Health, is a Spiritual Discipline

Writer: Megan Bouchillon Through many of my previous blog posts, I have put a lot of emphasis on spiritual health and how it is important for us as believers to understand God’s will and to use it to overcome our doubts and insecurities. What I have come to realize, in my own walk with God,Continue reading “Physical Health, is a Spiritual Discipline”

Finding Courage to Let Go of the Basket: Trusting God with Our Children

Writer: Megan Bouchillon The sea of green scrubs took my newborn baby boy and I stood there until he was no longer in sight. Waves of fear washed over me. Why did I agree to this? I cannot protect him. I cannot go with him but I must let him go, to give him aContinue reading “Finding Courage to Let Go of the Basket: Trusting God with Our Children”

The story behind our name..

Love that Surpasses originates from Ephesians 3:17-19 which states just how 𝐚𝐛𝐮𝐧𝐝𝐚𝐧𝐭 Gods love is for ALL of us. People who have special needs are often viewed and described as less, broken, and defective by worldly standards. We can fully rest in knowing how valued, loved, and worthy we ALL are in His love thatContinue reading “The story behind our name..”

Happy BIRTH Day Emmett!

My labor and delivery nurse looked at me wide eyed and said, “I’ve never seen anything like that happen before.” Rewind to earlier in the week, I went to the doctor for my last ultrasound before our Friday night induction. It was decided that a growth ultrasound needed to be done to determine how bigContinue reading “Happy BIRTH Day Emmett!”

Overwhelming Peace, Sprinkled with Anxiety

Expectations are a funny thing. Some we are consciously aware of, others hide deep in our hearts and we don’t even know they are there until they get taken from us. We expected a child with 46 chromosomes. Having a child with 47 was not in our plan. My heart was a beautiful garden, fullContinue reading “Overwhelming Peace, Sprinkled with Anxiety”

Faith, Grief, A Prenatal Diagnosis

I never really knew that parents felt so many emotions when their child received a Down Syndrome diagnosis. My mother-in-law, who has a 24-year-old son with Down Syndrome, asked me what did I think they felt? Honestly, I had no clue and no response for her. I’m not new to the Down Syndrome community. MyContinue reading “Faith, Grief, A Prenatal Diagnosis”