How to Support Someone Through Miscarriage and Infertility

     1. Introduction

 2. How to Walk Through Grief

 3. How to Be Sensitive With Your Words

 4. How to Support in Practical Ways

 5. How to Be An Encouragement In Faith


Taught by Emily Kloter

Why is it important to know how to support someone through miscarriage and infertility?

Well, 1 in 10 couples will struggle with infertility and 1 in 4 pregnancies will end in miscarriage.

With statistics like these, it’s likely you know someone who needs support. Now you might be wondering, “How can I console someone through miscarriage?” Or, “How can I support someone through infertility?” Depression is often associated with both miscarriage and infertility and it’s important to understand the signs of grief and loss. 

That’s why you should grab this course.

This course will help you learn:

– How to walk through grief

– How to be sensitive with your words and messages

– How to support in practical ways

– How to be an encouragement and comfort in faith

Get this course now and learn how to comfort those who need it most.

About the Instructor:

Emily Kloter is a former teacher and kids’ ministry director who is currently a stay at home foster mom to three daughters.

After earning a B.S. in Elementary Education from Grove City College, she taught in a Title 1 elementary school in rural South Carolina for 6 years, helping failing students see a brighter future. She earned her Master’s degree in Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment and continued teaching as she and her husband relocated to Colorado to help plant Front Range Christian Church in 2013. A couple years later she joined the church’s staff as the Kids’ Ministry Director where she stayed on until the birth of their first child, Atleigh.

She is passionate about loving her family well as a wife and mama, advocating for children and families in foster care, raising up the next generation to know and follow Jesus, and speaking life to a broken and hurting world.

She lives in Castle Rock, CO with her husband, biological daughter, foster children, and two dogs.