Miss the Carriage

Miss the Carriage


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“Just when you feel sorrow is too heavy to bear, and pain is too great to endure, the goodness of God will pursue you to unveil hidden riches through your deepest losses.”

Shannon Gallatin knows the grief of having multiple miscarriages while losing several family members. She shares her personal story in a way that doesn’t bury the reader in more tragedy, but offers companionship for the broken heart that is walking through the valley of the shadow of death. The treasures she has discovered, while experiencing this kind of pain, provides a grace-filled resource for those wrestling with what God has allowed in their lives.

Learn how brokenness can:

  • Bring a greater understanding of a trustworthy God
  • Tenderize us into vessels of compassion
  • Loosen our grip on temporary things
  • Open the door to experience God’s love and healing of the deepest soul wounds.


If you have miscarried a precious baby, there is a blessing to be discovered deep within the bruising. You can know comfort. It is possible. And over the next few pages, Shannon will take you step-by-step, inviting you to walk with her down the blood-stained path to Calvary. To the cross, a place of death . . . and a place of life filled with peace and joy that is out of this world.

                                                                        Joni Eareckson Tada, author


This book is raw, honest, yet hopeful. I’ve never identified with anyone’s inside view of pain and wrestling with God like this. It will minister to many.

                                                          —Sherri Youngward, songwriter


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