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Welcome

My name is Jessalyn Hutto and I'd like to welcome you to my writing home. I am the wife of a church planter, a mother to four beautiful children on this earth and two who are in heaven. I am the author of Inheritance of Tears: Trusting the Lord of Life When Death Visits the Womba book that focuses on the pain of miscarriage and the hope that Jesus provides.

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My blog, Living in the Light, is dedicated to exploring the implications of Jesus' gospel on our everyday lives. It is meant to serve as a reminder to my own soul of the heavenly realities that must alter the way I live my earthly life.

I pray that the words written here will bless all who stumble upon them – inasmuch as they point to Jesus. May the truth, love, and hope of his gospel be my constant refrain, and may his kingdom of unending light be all the more real to those who happen upon this place.

Occasionally I write about my journey as a homeschooling mom. You can find those posts under Lessons in the Light. You can also follow my Instagram account to see what our days as a homeschooling family look like.


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Having walked through the sorrow of miscarriage, my heart resonates with Jessalyn’s bittersweet journey. She doesn’t back away from the tough questions that loss brings, but offers biblical counsel for the hurting as one who understands their pain... a personal word of truth and comfort that I highly recommend.
— Kimberly Wagner
Miscarriage places women in a secret club that nobody wants to join, but many find themselves in. Because of the nature of the loss, many women grasp for hope in the overwhelming days of grief that follow. I have twice been that woman, and Jessalyn Hutto has written the book I wish I’d had as I walked through the pain of our miscarriages. Filled with Scripture, empathy, and rock-solid hope that God is a good and all-loving Father, this book will be a healing balm to grieving women in your local church.
— Courtney Reissig
This book is equally important for those who have suffered miscarriage and those who have not. Rarely is the topic of miscarriage addressed with such candor and depth. Deeply personal and brave, Inheritance of Tears unveils a picture of miscarriage drawn from first-hand experience and attentive consideration of Scripture. Jessalyn invites us to ask the hard questions, to enter into the suffering of our sisters, to remember the goodness of God even in the midst of unspeakable loss. May her words minister to many.
— Jen Wilken