Love Has Come is comprised of blog posts, short stories, and personal experiences written during and after Abby’s life. We believe God doesn’t bless us simply to bless us. He gives a blessing to us so that the blessing can pass through us onto others. This book is another way we can pass on His blessings.
Although we may not know if the waters will be shallow, calm, peaceful or deep, rough, or treacherous, we pray this book helps others, in their grief, to pull up the anchor, push off from the dock, and set their vessel into forward position to share their blessings.
We know that the lessons learned in each individual journey will encourage others who are going through similar...
Months after Abby died, Ashlin scribbled this story onto a legal pad. She expressed beautifully, in the simple words of an 8-year-old, how to help other kids through their grief. And so, The Story of Hope was born.
And just as exciting is the endorsement from Dr Tom Blackaby- best-selling author, speaker:
“It is tough for parents to manage our own grief much less be emotionally present for helping our children
through theirs. This book comes from a child who has stared loss, grief, anger, and pain in the face and held
her ground. This book will start the conversation when words don’t come easily and will give your child
In the last 60 days, assistance to kids and their families has rapidly increased and the funds need to keep pace. Abby's Gift is proving to be a huge need in the community and is filling a gap that no one knew existed.
Since January 1, 2016, $43,762 has been used to assist 102 children (72 of those being funerals/cremations.) We currently receive 3 − 6 requests per week from children’s hospitals and pediatric hospices across the USA. The average assistance ranges from $350 − $1,000 per child, as all circumstances and needs are different.
The foundation continues to run with no facility overhead or salaries so what you see in our funds is what we've got...minus some postage and...