And she’s a mother of 3, though her first child Rowan lived for just 39 minutes. We can be a bit scared to ask about something clearly so agonising, not sure how someone might react, but in fact Lia loves talking about him…and she and her husband are so proud of Rowan, that he navigated a traumatic birth and came into the world with a heartbeat. He’s buried at Brompton Cemetery in London, where Lia facilitates what’s called the Death Cafe….a space for people to meet and talk about death, in a way that she says, far from being gloomy, can be an amazingly liberating thing to do.
I found it liberating to talk with her – I hope listening does the same for you.
Inspirational Breakfast with Esther Higham Andrew Fanstone from Iris Global team takes Michael Fanstone on a virtual tour of the favelas of the Brazilian coastal city of Fortaleza and tells him how God is moving there.