Adam Griffin, Chelsea Griffin, and Cassie Bryant are joined by Abbey Wedgeworth to have a conversation about how to care for someone in the pain of miscarriage, what her family discipleship rhythms look like, and how we all need the gospel.
Questions Covered in This Episode:
- How did God use Psalm 139 to minister to you in your own grief?
- How would you encourage someone after a miscarriage to lean into the desire to have children?
- Is there anything you wish dads or church workers knew to care for these women well?
- What inspired the series of “Training Young Hearts” books for you?
- Can you give us a window into what following Jesus together looks like right now for the Wedgeworth family? What are your “gospel rhythms”?
- What are some of your favorite memories of spiritual conversations with your kids?
- What scriptures do you lean on to shape your role as a mother and disciple-maker?
- What role does your church play in discipling your family?
- How would you encourage a parent who is listening to this episode and can relate to what you are saying?
- Where do you find or look for joy in leading your family to follow God?
Abbey Wedgeworth is a wife, mother, and writer. The author of Held and the Training Young Hearts series, she is passionate about discipleship and Bible literacy, and loves to see the way that the gospel transforms how people think and live. Abbey lives on the South Carolina coast with her husband, David, and their three children.
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