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BroadStreet Publishing Book nominated
as SELAH Award Finalist

Minneapolis, MN –Loved Baby: 31 Devotions Helping You Grieve and Cherish Your Child After Pregnancy Loss (BroadStreet Publishing) by Sarah Philpott has been chosen as a SELAH Award 2018 finalist in the Inspiration & Gift category.The Selah Awards, which are awarded annually at the Blue Ridge Mountain Christian Writers Conference, are awarded to books within Christian publishing that are considered excellent within their genre.

Loved Baby: 31 Devotions Helping You Grieve and Cherish Your Child After Pregnancy Loss is a book that offers much-needed support to women in the middle of psychological and physiological grief as a result of losing an unborn child. In the book, Sarah Philpott gently walks alongside women as they experience the misguided shame, isolation, and crushing despair that accompany the turmoil of loss. With brave vulnerability, Sarah shares her own andothers’ stories of loss, offering Christ-filled hope and support to women navigating grief.

Kelly O’Dell Stanly, author of Praying Upside Down says, “Our culture programs us to feel as though motherhood should be all sunshine and roses—breakfasts in bed made by beaming, freshly-bathed children. We learn to think that a woman cannot fulfill her God-given destiny unless she nurtures the lives God enabled her to bear. And yet, when one of those lives is lost, or when life never begins, the world suddenly goes quiet, leaving these women alone and suffering. Here’s the key, though: When we offer our hurts to God, He will bring healing. He is the salve that soothes even the deepest wounds. Through Sarah’s words in Loved Baby, you will realize that you’re not called to forget but to welcome God into your pain. You can remember and honor and grieve and be made whole again. With God, even this is possible. Step into these pages like you’re walking into God’s comforting embrace, because that’s exactly what this book has to offer.”

To learn more about this important resource for mothers who have experienced pregnancy loss, please visit Sarah Philpott at