What if our crisis could become a catalyst for flourishing without ignoring our deep human need for lament and grief? What if we grant ourselves permission to name our grief and suffering, give it air to breathe, find God’s presence in our pain, and entertain the possibility that hope can help us heal?
Tethered is a bundle of 40 videos and a journal/workbook to help you engage your grief and faith along with a community of 1600+ other grief walkers. Videos are available on demand to work through at your own pace. (See the topics we cover here.)
Join psychologists, therapists, theologians, authors, ministers, researchers, thought leaders, survivors, patient advocates, care givers, and practitioners to explore areas of grief, Christian spirituality, and what it means to be tethered to hope that remains. Together we will examine the universal nature of grief, how it impacts our lives in body, soul, spirit, relationships, and community, and the invitation to be formed by Christ in the midst of difficulty.
Have you lost a baby due to miscarriage, stillbirth, or other forms of perinatal death?
Please join us for an (on demand) online remembrance service. Give yourself the gift of space to grieve, reflect, and honor your baby along with other bereaved parents from the comfort and privacy of your own home.
Watch the service anytime, anywhere:
Grace Like Scarlett: Grieving with Hope after Miscarriage and Loss by Adriel Booker
Maybe your grief is fresh and raw and you’re still reeling from the suffocating blow of a recent miscarriage. Or maybe you’ve long ago buried a secret grief, but something within is probing you to lean in closer to the pain once again.
Grief is wild like the sea, but it doesn’t need to destroy us. We can’t conquer it, but we can navigate it, and we can find Jesus there too. Dive in, friend. Come with me. Let’s go deep.
Grace Like Scarlett will not explain away your pain, but it will help you see God’s invitation to be formed afresh in him. Grief can undo us, but it can also remake us. Let’s lean into Hope together.
Has miscarriage, stillbirth, termination, infertility, or neonatal death made you feel isolated, unsure how to grieve, or confused about your faith?
Our Scarlett Stories Community will give you the support you’ve been looking for. Your free membership gives you access to our resource library, devotionals, live calls with Adriel Booker and other professionals, peer support, friendship, and compassionate care among a community of hundreds of baby loss moms. (In our opinion—the absolute kindest place on the internet.) We will not judge the way you grieve, throw empty religious cliches your way, or expect that your grief journey will fit in a neat and tidy box. There is room for you and your baby’s memory among us.
Join Adriel Booker in an eight-week peer support group and dive deeper—not to be consumed by your grief or even to do away with it—but to be transformed and healed right in the midst of it. These small, intimate peer support grief groups help women navigate life and faith after pregnancy loss. Features include:
• Private forum via desktop or app.
• Ongoing peer support plus live calls with Adriel.
• Weekly videos, guided discussions, encouragement, prayer.
• Safe place to share about grief & faith.
• Indefinite access to the group after the course.
• Access to Our Scarlett Stories & resource library.
Sign up here for LoveNotes—Adriel’s private newsletter. For a limited time you’ll also receive a free copy of Journaling Our Scarlett Stories: Journal Prompts to Process Grief after Miscarriage and Loss to help you write your story, process your grief, deepen your healing, and honor both your baby’s life and your own grief experience. (Please note: My free version includes the first 29 writing prompts; the full version is available in our Story Circle at Our Scarlett Stories pregnancy loss community.)