Father in Crisis: The Invisible Child is written from the perspective of a father of three invisible children over a span of 30 years. Dr. Wilbur brings to the topic over 35 years of ministry... More > experience, to equip others in dealing with the trauma of miscarriage. Portions of this writing have been used by county health departments, ministers, and a fertility issues ministry. Clergy, laity, and counselors should find this informative and insightful in ministering to Fathers in Crisis.
"It’s not easy to bear the loss of a child by miscarriage. No man who loves his wife and his unborn child can be untouched emotionally and spiritually during this time. The pain comes from all directions. It comes from phrases that are meant to help, but only sound hollow to our hurting hearts.'These things are for the best!' 'You can always try again!' 'I’m sorry your wife lost her baby!'"< Less