We’re excited to share this video with you. This marks the start of something brand new for Live Intentional and for our family. We’d love for you to watch and join us on the adventure ahead.
Episode 1 – Places we stayed or visited, that we would recommend. Continue reading
We were honored that our friends at Home & Arrows asked Amy to share her/our journey of losing our son Ethan (our 2nd child) at 20 weeks due to a condition called Hydrops Fetalis.
So many moms, couples, and families suffer through such a tough loss alone. Whether they struggle to talk about the tragedy OR those around them (family and friends) simply don’t know how to engage and respond in a meaningful way.
We hope that as you watch this video, it will encourage you or someone you know (please share) cope, as well as understand that even in the ashes of devastation, beauty can be found.
Thank you for taking the time to engage and share this story. It’s important to us that folks know they are not alone and that there is hope for tomorrow!
Written by Andrew Pino
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As many of you know, Amy & I have the perfect marriage. It has always been rainbows and alive with the light of a million fairies. YEAH RIGHT!
No, the truth is we’ve had a 14+ year marriage that has been all over the map. Figuratively and literally, haha. We have experienced many joys, but we have also experienced (and sometimes created) many heartbreaking, trust eroding, emotion shattering moments as well. In the midst of the highs and lows, we’ve known one thing to be true: God must be the center of our marriage. That sounds like a trite “Christianese” phrase but it is very true. If we don’t allow Him entrance into every part of us individually and as a couple, we will never walk in the freedom and calling He has for us. At least not to its fullest.