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Infertility & Miscarriage

Shiloh

Description

Shiloh is a ministry for women and couples who are experiencing infertility and/or miscarriage. Our desire is to connect women with others who understand and help them be encouraged by God's heart, His Word, and by others who have found hope. We also desire to help couples gain insight into the differences between husband and wife, and find wisdom to navigate the emotions, questions and decisions.

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Details
PROGRAM LENGTH 10 Weeks
TIME 2 hours, once per week
AUDIENCE Women and Couples experiencing infertility and/or miscarriage
LEADER STRUCTURE 1 Leader per Small Group

Shiloh offers hope in infertility and miscarriage

WHAT HAPPENS AT SHILOH?

Twice a year, women who are experiencing infertility or repeat miscarriages gather for 10 weeks and connect over shared experiences and the hope found in Scripture. We also meet for a Couples’ Panel Night each spring and fall, monthly Fellowships between semesters (summer and winter), and occasionally one-on-one mentoring.

Together, we’re honest about the many difficulties and discover what God's Word says about grief, relating to others, making decisions, keeping romance alive, and finding hope.

"In Philippians 1:21-22, Pauls says, "For to me to live is Christ, and to die is gain. If I am to live in the flesh, that means fruitful labor for me." So I asked God, "Since I'm not pregnant this month, what do you want me to do?" One of the things he put on my heart was to start a Bible study for infertility and miscarriage called Shiloh."

Julie Fowler

Watermark Community Church
Dallas, TX

“God used this experience to teach me to desire Him more than I desired to be a mom. I learned I could share my dreams with the Lord and know He is trustworthy. I asked God many times how I could hope to become a mom but not be brokenhearted if it didn’t happen. I learned how to fix my eyes on Jesus rather than my present circumstances.”

Sallie

Watermark Community Church
Dallas, TX

“I went to the Shiloh group because I wanted support from women my age that are going through the same thing. The group has been incredibly helpful, both emotionally and spiritually. After being in depression for several months I'm finally "living" again. I love that the group is a comfortable place to talk about what sometimes feels like the "elephant in the room" with my friends and acquaintances.”

Tara

Watermark Community Church
Dallas, TX